On a recent trip to the Riviera Maya a fellow travel blogger addressed me as “Mr. Mexico.”Apparently, my appreciation for the country; it’s culture, cuisine, and cervezas spread across the industry.
The moment also sparked an idea. Since I dedicated my blog in August (All Africa Adventures – All August) I thought to go with another theme in September. So, I am decideing to celebrate Mexico’s bicentennial on my blog with…
Twenty days of Mexico. Viva Mexico!
So for twenty straight days, September 5th – September 24th I will post about Mexico each and every day. A story, a photo essay or a SunsetSunday moment from my many Mexican adventures will appear daily. Bold? Perhaps, but it is a tribute to Mexico.
To follow along, you can come to my blog each day, sign up for a email subscription (on the right) or even follow along on twitter under the hashtag – #Mex200 (t: @stayadvenutrous)
The 20 day Tribute:
- Day 01: Sunset Sunday – Tulum Mexico
- Day 02: I Checked out Hotel California, Baja California
- Day 03: Coming to my Senses at Hacienda Tres Rios, Riviera Maya
- Day 04: Photo: The Beaches of Acapulco
- Day 05: El Fogon, Playa del Carmen; it’s Taco Thursday
- Day 06: Photo: Young Girl in El Quelite, Sinaola, Mexico
- Day 07: Photo: Celebrating my Birthday at the Mexican Pipeline: Puerto Escondido, Oxaca
- Day 08: Sunset Sunday – Mazatlan, Mexico
- Day 09: The Man of Malpica, Sinaloa
- Day 10: Seamless Green, Hacienda Tres Rios, Riviera Maya
- Day 11: Photo: Celebration Time. The Tequila Triple Play
- Day 12: Happy Independence Day from San Miguel de Allende
- Day 13: Photo: Angel de la Independencia, Mexico City
- Day 14: Photo: The fountain of Banamex, Santa Fe, Mexico City
- Day 15: Sunset Sunday – Playa del Carmen, Mexico
- Day 16: Cenote Week: A Cenote Swim at Hacienda Tres Rios
- Day 17: Cenote Week: The Surprise at the end of the Stairs at Cenote Multun-ha (outside Coba)
- Day 18: Cenote Week: The Sacred Pool of Chichen Itza
- Day 19: Cenote Week: Alltournative – Jungle Maya at San Felipe Ranch
- Day 20: Cenote Week: The Cenote of Valladolid, Yucatan
Twenty days is not enough and neither is any of my prior published work on Mexico to tell the story of Mexico. But as I take time to wish Mexico a Happy Independence, my promise will be continue to inspire people to travel, explore, and discover all she offers to her visitors. Viva Mexico! Happy Independence Day.
Stay Adventurous, Craig
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