Puebla was always on my list as a place to visit in Mexico, but the charming colonial city always seemed to elude me until recently. And already since my first visit, I’ve returned. On my stays, I spent nights across multiple hotels across the center city and the outskirts, but on my next visit, I’ll [...]
Once again it’s recap time and a chance to revisit and reflect on the sunsets from last few months of the Sunset Sunday Series. The 13 sunsets from January to April of this year travel across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The many new destination expand the the Sunset Sunday Map and its thanks [...]
The more I discover through travel in Mexico, the more comfortable I am recommending the road trip and exploring Mexico on your own. One perfect place to rent a car in Mexico and drive the coast is through Riviera Nayarit. Like exploring the Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan, directions are simple and one main coastal [...]
Visiting family has its moments, very special and memorable moments. You also find yourself visiting places you might not never get a chance (or choose) to visit. Have you ever heard of Valley Center, California? After landing in San Diego, heading towards the mountains and not the beach almost seemed wrong. What was out there? [...]
The Yucatan is more than Cancun and the Riviera Maya. In fact these Mexican tourist destinations are not even located in the state of Yucatan itself (but on the Yucatan Peninsula). Actually, the state of Yucatan, one of the 31 states of Mexico holds much different treasures and it was definitely a place I wanted [...]
You can look on a map and to explore the United Mexican States (the official name for Mexico) or you can actually visit them. I’ve visited many of Mexico’s states and expect to explore more in the years to come. To date I’ve only stepped foot in roughly half of them, but that didn’t stop [...]
Valencia, an old Spanish seaside city holds a deep history dating back to Roman times like many cities in Spain. Then towards the end of the last century it aimed to create a city for the future too. The Mediterranean based city, so close to Barcelona (an easy Spanish road trip) decided to transform it’s [...]
Costa Rica will always be a special place for me. After cutting the corporate chains (for the first time) in late 2004, I began my 11 month 15 country travel sabbatical with 8 weeks in Costa Rica. It changed my life. So, once I decided to start the Stay Adventurous podcast and allow listeners a new way to [...]
Stay AdvenTOURs to Mexico City
Welcome to “Stay Adventurous.” And since I introduce myself in every personal journal I write in, let me also introduce myself here.
- craig zabransky: Thanks Maryann, the music does add, yes, but I am ...
- craig zabransky: Well, there you go, Yucatan peninsula, yes... but ...
- Maryann: Great recap Love the music also....
- The World Wanderer: Ohh, I've been to Yucatan...Riveria Maya! Can't wa...
- craig zabransky: Sure does, next time I will not even hesitate, ren...
- Travel Contest – Win Two Nights at the Courtyard by Marriott November 15, 2011
- 10 Travel Tips on How to Travel Local October 11, 2012
- Chepe – All Aboard the Chihuahua Pacifico Train to Copper Canyon November 9, 2012
- The Morning March to the Tikal Temple Sunrise May 29, 2012
- A Walk through the Mayan Ruins at Chichen Itza November 6, 2012
- Where to Stay in Puebla, La Purificadora May 4, 2015
- Sunset Sunday Video Recap 2015 (Jan – April) May 3, 2015
- A Pacific Coast Mexican Road Trip through Riviera Nayarit April 29, 2015
- A California Starburst Sunset from Valley Center, CA April 26, 2015
- Podcast Episode 02: Traveling the State of Yucatan, Mexico April 20, 2015