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The Magic of Valle de Bravo; Staying Adventurous Ep 45

The Magic of Valle de Bravo; Staying Adventurous Ep 45

Less than two hours from Mexico City, in the state of Mexico visitors can find the pueblo magico Valle de Bravo. Last year, I attended an ATMEX (Adventure Travel Mexico) conference hosted there and discovered its magic during my visit. So listen in and learn about the epic adventures that await, explore the 16th century […]

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Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Sunset Magic in Valle de Bravo

Less than two hours on modern highways from the hustle and bustle of Mexico City visitors (and locals) can drive to a Pueblo Magico Valle de Bravo located in the neighboring state of Mexico. A fellow magic town like Malinalco, this magic town is known for its colonial architecture and cobblestone streets, its Lake Avándaro, […]

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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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Mexico Travel Journal: Puerto Vallarta Episode 4: San Sebastian del Oeste

Mexico Travel Journal: Puerto Vallarta Episode 4: San Sebastian del Oeste

Make no mistake San Sebastian, Spain is one of my favorite places to visit and I often dream of living their one day. So San Sebastian Del Oeste, basically translated to “San Sebastian of the West” (Spain I assume is the East) always intrigued. And finally during my Mexico Travel Journal series on Puerto Vallarta […]

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The Party Plaza in Colima State, Mexico

The Party Plaza in Colima State, Mexico

The village of Comala, Mexico, about 10 miles (16 km) outside of the city of Colima, the capital of  tiny Colima state, is home to a unique drinking tradition. While every Mexican city, town and village has at least one plaza with at least one bar on it, in Comala, named a Pueblo Magico in 2002, you’ll […]

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Postcard-Mexico’s Golden Treasure

Postcard-Mexico’s Golden Treasure

Mexico offers many treasures to its visitors. The list is endless. But one of its true golden treasures remains accessible to all- the corn tortilla. On a morning walk through the “pueblo magico” (magic town) Creel in Chihuahua I stumbled upon a Maseca; a place where corn tortillas are made early in the morning (usually […]

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Participate in the June 11th MexChat and Win 2 Nights in Loreto

Participate in the June 11th MexChat and Win 2 Nights in Loreto

The monthly twitter chat on Mexico, #MexChat, is once again offering a prize. If you participate on June 11th (1pm ET / 10am PT) by sending a tweet you automatically become eligible to win 2 nights in Loreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico. And this time, it is not just one winner but two different winners. […]

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