Puerto Escondido is a seaside city in the state of Oaxaca. It’s absolutely beautiful, full of amazing beaches, great food and parties. It’s mostly known for it’s Playa Zicatela where the waves are so big and strong that surfers from all over the world come to try their strengths.
I read a lot about Sayulita, the beautiful fisherman village on the Pacific coast of Mexico. It’s supposed to be a great surfing spot, with different kinds of waves, a peaceful, blissful vibe, and colorful streets. While the village is indeed very colorful and full of nice restaurants and bars, it’s definitely not peaceful. It’s […]
San Miguel de Allende has a lot of vibe around it. People either love it or hate it. It’s filled with tourists, it’s not Mexican in a traditional kind of way. So what is there to love? A lot, actually. Here’s my list:
Pueblos Magicos in Mexico – how are Mexicans celebrating their culture. Pueblos Magicos are one of the many reasons why I love Mexico so much. Mexicans are very proud of their culture and they are really doing what they can to preserve it.
Day of the dead is a very special holiday in Mexico. Mexicans strongly believe that their deceased family comes back to them on that day. That’s why there is so much celebration around the country. It is a happy holiday when families get together to eat, drink, play music, and celebrate the life of their ancestors. It’s truly beautiful and here is what they do.
Mexico City is very rich culturally, so you will find a lot of great museums here. Here are some that are absolutely worth visiting, even if you have to extend your stay in CDMX.
Besides the usual tourist track, try out some of those. Mexico City has so many things to offer. Old, traditional rituals, witchcraft markets, free wrestling shows and Mezcal! I can’t wait to go back and see even more of it! 5 unusual things to do in Mexico City.
Due to its size, the Mexican Mafia popping in the news, and series, the city has quite a reputation. Before visiting I thought that it is loud, dangerous, dirty, and crowded. I bet that a lot of people have this image in their heads when they think of Mexico City. But I couldn’t have been more wrong! It was love at first sight, and here is why.
While a lot of people begin their journey through Mexico from Yucatan, most of them stop on the Caribbean coast. It is beautiful, sure, but too full of tourists if you ask me. Everyone speaks English and when you enter a store or a restaurant saying “Hola!” you will hear “Hello, how are you today?” in return. It’s a wonderful place for a stress-free holiday, diving with green turtles and trying some amazing Mexican food. And if in addition you would like to venture yourself to the heart of Yukatan and meet the real Mexicans, follow me.