An Angel Inside the Museum of the Dead in Aquascalientes, Mexico

Museum of the Dead

Aguascalientes is not on the short list for lots of travelers as places to visit in Mexico. These days it’s more of a transport hub and industrial base than a tourist city. There’s one major reason to visit though: the Museum of the Dead (Museo de los Muertos). No, it’s not about narco battles or [...]

The Pink Flamingo Stands in the Ria Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico

The Pink Flamingo Stands in the Ria Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico

Just before you arrive to Celestun, Yucatan there is a turn off for the Ria Celestun, a protected nature reserve.  Inside the park visitors can rent a boat (includes the boat captain) for 1,200 pesos. The cost is often (and best) shared with other visitors. Once you pile in, the navigates the waterways to discover [...]

Celebrating Our Arrival to San Martin Talcajete, Oaxaca in Full Headdress

Celebrating Our Arrival to San Martin Talcajete, Oaxaca in Full Headdress

Selected as a Mexico Ambassador in blogger program run in conjunction with Visit Mexico a few years back, I traveled to Oaxaca City for the first time. Before that, I traveled to the state of Oaxaca for a birthday weekend surf excursion in Puerto Escondido, but this was my first time to the colonial city, [...]

Let’s Go for a Ride in Baja California Sur

Let’s Go for a Ride in Baja California Sur

When I arrived to Pescadero, BCS (Baja California Sur) I discovered the essence of Baja California. I found my Baja. Walking up to the lobby at Ranchero Pescadero I took this image.  I wanted to go for a drive across Mexico and take a long endless desert road and also take to the Pacific Ocean [...]

The Sunset View of Popocatépetl in Puebla, Mexico

The Sunset View of Popocatépetl in Puebla, Mexico

My first full day in Puebla I attended the 2nd annual FMGM (Foro Mundial Gastronomia Mexicana), a conference aimed to preserve Mexico’s Culinary Traditions. When the day was coming to a close and I decided to head outside during the golden hour. I thought I’d watch the sunset from outside the halls of the presentations [...]

Barcelona to Valencia, Three Stops on a Spanish East Coast Road Trip

Barcelona to Valencia, Three Stops on a Spanish East Coast Road Trip

Driving Spain is a great way to explore the country. The open road offers a freedom from schedule and the chance to visit lesser-known Spain. After time exploring Barcelona, a city I definitely would recommend you not drive as a visitor (not sure I’d recommend driving any city actually), you can rent a car and [...]

Considering a New Tablet or Notebook? – Test Driving the Dell XPS

Considering a New Tablet or Notebook?  – Test Driving the Dell XPS

So I’ve been debating purchasing a tablet or a new slim notebook for a while. I even wondered, can I just use a “super-sized” smartphone? And do I leave Apple too? All good questions. I wasn’t sure exactly what to do, but now I am taking a look at the new Dell XPS Ultrabook. With [...]

Exploring the Mayan Ruins of Riviera Maya with a Car is Easy and Safe

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A trip to the Riviera Maya is not complete without a visit to Mayan Ruins. There are plenty to choose from, but for first timers, a visit to one of the “Big Three” Chichen Itza, Tulum or Coba is a great way to start your exploration. Although tours can take you to each of these [...]