How to Spend 24 Hours in Historic Guadalajara

As a traveler to Mexico, at some point, you’re going to find yourself in Guadalajara. It’s location and the fact that it’s Mexico’s second largest city, makes it a prime area for flights in and out of the country and exploring the region. While you might be tempted to fly on through to your final…

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Must Do’s in Mexico City

I’ve made no secret of my love for Mexico and Mexico City is where I fell in love. I’ve visited several times now and I know my love is here to stay. Whether it’s your first time or your tenth, I’ve come up with a few things you must do when visiting. Be warned- you…

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Where to Eat in La Paz, Baja California Sur

Some of the best food, not to mention the best tacos, I’ve ever eaten while traveling in Mexico was in La Paz, Baja California Sur. LP for short, is located on the eastern side of the Baja peninsula. The proximity to the the Sea of Cortez makes for super fresh seafood. But it wasn’t just…

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What’s the Best Area to Stay in Puerto Vallarta

When you are planning a trip, picking the right area to stay in is just as important as picking the hotel. Picking the wrong one could mean extra time and money spent on transportation. Who wants to spend all their time driving from one side of town to the other? If Puerto Vallarta is on…

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Old School Mexico City

I fell in love with Mexico City when I was fifteen. It was a high school Spanish class trip. Till this day I still can’t believe my parents allowed me to go. I didn’t know any Spanish. It wasn’t even my high school. Someone dropped out last minute and somehow, since I had a friend…

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48 Hours in Sayulita, Mexico

Confession. I almost didn’t go to visit Sayulita. I had seen way too many people posing with brightly colored pom poms and I thought if was just too trendy. But since I was in Puerto Vallarta, the proximity made going there a no brainer. What I found was a total surprise and I enjoyed myself…

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Visiting Mexico’s Islas Marietas National Park

Just five miles off the coast of the Mexican State of Nayarit in the beautiful Bay of Banderas, lies a group of uninhabited islands called the Marieta Islands or las Islas Marietas in Spanish. Even if you aren’t familiar with the islands themselves, you probably have seen photos of the beautiful Hidden Beach or Playa…

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5 Must Have Essential Apps for Traveling in Mexico

Traveling to another country can be overwhelming if you aren’t prepared. When I travel to Mexico, I’m usually visiting more than one city. Since I might be road tripping and traveling by plane, bus, or boat, apps that show transportation schedules and routes are particularly helpful. Keeping apps to a minimum also lessens the chance…

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