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The Magic of Malinalco, Mexico ep 32

The Magic of Malinalco, Mexico ep 32

In a little known “pueblo magico” less than 3 hours away from Mexico City, visitors find a charming rural town named Malinalco. A destination with a history steeped in legends also serves as a gateway to many modern day adventures and a home to a local mezcal. Listen in and discover all that awaits travelers […]

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What To Do in Malinalco, Mexico? – the 5 Adventures To Put on Your List

What To Do in Malinalco, Mexico? – the 5 Adventures To Put on Your List

“Mal” translates to “bad” in Spanish, but it seems something was clearly lost in translation on my recent trip to the Mexican town of Malinalco. Actually the name of this “Pueblo Magico” located just a two and a half hour drive outside Mexico City comes from its indigenous past. A past both rich in sorcery […]

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Tasting the Fruits of Chocolate – Cacao – in Tabasco, Mexico

Ever visit a place where chocolate is “grown” and processed? Ever take a Choco Tour? Well I did in Tabasco Mexico at Hacienda La Luz and I can’t recommend it enough, especially for the chance to try the Cacao fruit. We All Visit Vineyards Through the course of my travels, I stopped in to numerous […]

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All Aboard and Staying Adventurous in the Copper Canyon, ep 30

All Aboard and Staying Adventurous in the Copper Canyon, ep 30

Hop on and let’s go all aboard through the Copper Canyon of Mexico. Let’s take one of the world’s most impressive railway journeys in the state of Chihuahua Mexico and cross through canyons carved from the rivers of yesteryears in an area four times the size of the US Grand Canyon. Ever hear of the […]

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Traveling to Tabasco, Mexico – Episode 29

Traveling to Tabasco, Mexico – Episode 29

When I reach for the hot sauce now, my mind travels off to the real destination, a place ironically where the Tabasco peppers are not grown, but it is certainly hot – in the southern part of Mexico on the Gulf. The sauce I grew up with is produced in Louisiana, but the actual destination […]

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Walking the (Most) Western World of the Mayan Civilization at Comalcalco

Walking the (Most) Western World of the Mayan Civilization at Comalcalco

“Go west young Mayan,” if such a phrase was coined back in the late classic period of the Mayan civilization travelers would have journeyed to Comalcalco in present day Tabasco, Mexico. It would not be for the search for gold, but probably for the prized produce of Cacao (present day chocolate.)  Here at the western […]

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Sailing From Costa Maya at Sunset

The benefit of the balcony room on a cruise ship is the view of the ocean. The opportunity experience the seas and watch the world pass by at any point of the day, especially at sunset. To experience the sunset at sea from the comforts of your cabin is a highlight from every cruise I’ve […]

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Adventure Awaits in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico

Adventure Awaits in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico

“You need to take a step and then jump,” instructed the guide as I approached the ledge pondering the eight-meter plunge into the pool of refreshing water below. The narrow ledge could not support both feet so there was no chance to stop and freeze with fear on the edge. This jump needed to be […]

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