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  • Exploring La Paz and surroundingsWe could not resist to stop at the beach promenade, the Malecon. We walked along while the sun was setting over the sea and Max enjoyed trying to do some tricks on the bike. [img=http:/ Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 23, 2016
  • Beaches and pools – life is beautiful in BCSSo we have made it to Baja California Sur. And as we arrived more north than originally planned, for the first and potentially only time on our journey we how had a stretch of road ahead of us that we’d Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 14, 2016
  • Getting to the Baja CaliforniaA first night in Mexico with the sound of the waves in the background… Nice! Even if this is probably not doing mainland Mexico it’s justice, it is in fact only supposed to be our transit route towards the Baja California. Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 13, 2016
  • Heading into MexicoOur day started easy and relaxed. Sam and I were up already soon after 6am, such that the heat was still bearable. While Sam unpacked his sling trainer and did some exercise, I used the time to write up a Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 12, 2016
  • Tepoztlan, MexicoAfter arriving at the airport in Mexico City, we took a bus to Cuernavaca where our friend Yolanda met us and brought us to her home in Tepoztlan. A story unto itself, we met Yolanda several years back Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | Jun 11, 2016
  • Mexico CityDay 1 Mexico city have a one of the largest city parks in the world. It's no surprise that Chapultepec is packed full of activities. Enclosed within its vast grounds are the Zoo, Posted by wangxuanyu in my dream trip around the world | May 31, 2016
  • Mexico City, MexicoMexico City is a fascinating capital that beguiles its visitors with endless options. One of the largest metropolitan areas in the world, with 16 boroughs and more than 300 neighborhood, it might seem a bit overwhelming to the first-time visitor, Posted by wangxuanyu in my dream trip around the world | May 31, 2016
  • ZipoliteAfter an enjoyable week in Oaxaca and surrounds we headed off to the coast. Rather than an 8 hour bus ride on windy mountain roads, we opted to take a small plane to Huatulco and then hired a cab Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 8, 2016
  • Viva Mexico!!!!It'd been a while since I went on vacation, so I decided to travel to someplace that I could either do everything or nothing. I chose the previous. My daily routine, like most, is very sedentary and monotonous. Which is Posted by HappyWanderer in Travel is Good For the Soul | May 5, 2016
  • Excursions from OaxacaAfter a few days of wandering the streets of Oaxaca, we were ready to go a little further afield. We went on a day trip into the Sierra Norte with a small tour group to the Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 4, 2016
  • Mexico and New MexicoThis winter was different. Instead of our usual travels we decided to go closer to home in consideration of a possible move from upstate New York. The Mexican portion of the trip was the only "abroad" section and Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 1, 2016
  • Last entry...Although Bryan and Rochelle were only in the Yucatan with us for six days, they packed a lot in and it resulted in some unique photos which I would like to share. Some are of the "menagerie", some are random Posted by hermanita in Winter 2015-16 | Apr 18, 2016
  • Day 3: HomecomingThis morning arrived overcast with some threatening clouds. When I went down to breakfast I walked through a group of pilots discussing this fact and I detected some concern over the weather. There have been times in the Posted by Follow Carol in San Quintin | Apr 11, 2016
  • Day 2. The ClinicWhat a day! I did a lot of grunt stuff today: everything from inventorying bottles of vitamins to hanging plaques to counting pills to handing out backpacks for the kids, to taking out the trash. It was Posted by Follow Carol in San Quintin | Apr 11, 2016
  • Yucatan, MexicoMarch 9th to March 27th. Doug and I flew to Cancun from Vancouver on Westjet and took the bus to an overnight hotel in Playa Del Carmen. They didn't feed us on the plane so we were famished by the time Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Apr 9, 2016
  • Day 1: En Route to San Quintin As I write, I am 9500 feet up in the air somewhere over California. Phil (pilot) and Paul (volunteer dentist) are chatting in the front seats. Paul mentioned that he had taken flying lessons but never got his Posted by Follow Carol in San Quintin | Apr 9, 2016
  • Last 10 days in Mexico for this seasonWe spent another week helping my parents get various things done or sorted for them. We did manage to relax and enjoy the area. I did get rather frustrated with my knitting of my latest project. I call Posted by OhUiginn in Mexico 2016 | Apr 7, 2016
  • April 6As I am writing, I am only certain of this: On Friday I am flying in a teeny plane to San Quintin to help a group of dedicated medical personnel (and their dedicated grunts, of which I am one) deliver medical Posted by Follow Carol in San Quintin | Apr 7, 2016
  • Week thirteen and home..... A lady and her Chiuahua....Freida methinks.....just another example of the great Holbox street art. Our last day was more walking...feel like we have walked our feet o Posted by hermanita in Winter 2015-16 | Apr 3, 2016
  • Michael Bolton comes to Zacatecas[center][b]Yes, we're as surprised as you are. As we drove into Zacatecas, we passed billboards advertising the 30th Annual Cultural Festival, featuring two weeks worth of headliners such as Jose Feliciano, Ana Torroja, and a number of other Hispanic musi Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Apr 2, 2016
  • Losing my innocence in Guanajuato[center][b]Well, I'm far too old to be making this kind of public confessional, but I have been operating under the misguided impression that Canadians are well-regarded on the world stage. I was shocked to discover this is not the case Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Mar 30, 2016
  • Week 13 After Yucatan, We took a flight from Merida to Mexico City on Interjet. It is so nice not to have to do the four hours to Cancun. Many of our friends were lining up in the long queue for Posted by OhUiginn in Mexico 2016 | Mar 29, 2016
  • Lost and found in Guanajuato[center][/center] [center][b]Guanajuato is built around a tight valley, with the city centre fanning out along the flat bottom of the "bowl" and the rest of the city climbing up the steep Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Mar 27, 2016
  • Mexico Mexico Friday 25th March - Playa del Carmen Arrived after 23 hours of planes, trains and automobiles ! checked in to local hotel, 5 mins from beach and went for a few beers ! Started on Corona (4.5%) then, on to Sol (4.2%), Posted by Andy-Irene in Central America - March-April 2016 | Mar 27, 2016
  • Our San Miguel does not include gringo bingo[center][b]San Miguel suffers from a reputation for being a not-quite-legit version of Mexico - a playground for foreign visitors who can't bear to leave the comforts of home behind. A "gringolandia". It's a reputation that is not undeserved, but Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Mar 23, 2016
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