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Travel to Mexico

A comprehensive budget travel guide to traveling around Mexico with tips and advice on things to do, see, ways to save money, and cost information.


Colors of Mexico

The UNESCO World Heritage named town of Tlacotalpan is well known by its powerful colors that portray every single house. Just the perfect scheme with its river side for...

The red skins in Teotihuacan

And I don’t mean the American native people, if you thought so. This post deserves its own particular title because of a little single thing: forget our sun cream at...

How to lose your senses in Mexico

Of course party is a very important part in every trip that we can ever do. And if you’re spending your days in the huge city of Mexico, this is the best spot. During...


How Mexico Changed Me

I’m deathly afraid of heights, particularly when it comes to climbing up and looking down. This is the only phobia I can’t seem to shake. I exhibit all the symptoms...


Because what I love will always be in Mexico

I have had the opportunity to travel, to see amazing countries and talk to different people, learning about other cultures, see other colors, smells, and feel… yes, I...

Basilica of Guadalupe

Mexico’s one of the countries with most catholic population in the world. As expected, it celebrates every single Christian festivity the gospels suggest....

University of Mexico

Two years ago I was lucky to live in Mexico’s City, the biggest city in the world and the second most populated after Tokyo. I studied abroad here six months, and they...


At the top of the Pyramid of the Sun

My trip to Mexico City wouldn’t have been complete without traveling to Teotihuacan to visit the pyramids, an architectural marvel. I have acrophobia and...


Life in a Small Mexican Town

Today I received the following comment: “ its tough to be from Mexico”; which left me speechless. Specially, coming from someone who has never been there. Its not...

Jalcomulco, land of extreme sports

Sometimes one realizes that the most wonderful things can be just a few steps away from you. When I lived six months in Mexico’s city (in 2012) I made exchange friends...

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