- Studying in México I have spent 174 days in Mexico, most of them in Pachuca. Pachuca is appr. 90km from Mexico City and the capital of the state of Hidalgo, one of the poorest in the country. It's indigenous people are the Otomi Posted by nerikimmera in Diving into the World | Sep 4, 2016
- From Valley to Mountain to Jungle
After a round of exams I travelled this route, very typical for Mexico-travellers:
(Pachuca de Soto) - Mexico City - Oaxaca - San Cristóbal de las Casas - Palenque - Tuxtla Gutiérrez - Mexic Posted by nerikimmera in Diving into the World | Aug 31, 2016
- Puerto Vallarta Live EntertainmentMore of Beck's Best! Hear and read about some of our local performances by very talented artists. Featured venues throughout the Bahía de Banderas are: Act II Stages, Red Room, The Palm, Boutique Theatre, Jazz Foundation, D'z Route 66 Diner, Posted by garyrbeck in Puerto Vallarta Shows: More | Aug 23, 2016
- Hurricanes and beachesThe snorkelling trip didn't pan out quite like we expected. For a start, we were the only people in our group of 8 who could swim properly. So it meant our first stop at shark and ray alley, there was Posted by VGH on tour in South America | Aug 9, 2016
- Day 15-17: Playa del Carmen & Isla CozumelSo obviously the last part of the holiday went by so quickly that I totally forgot to write my blog. Lucky that I am mainly writing this blog for myself. I will be adding pictures later. So here we go...
We Posted by Oiesof in Sofies travels | Aug 9, 2016
- MexicoWe returned to Cancun from Havana but stayed in the Mexican part of the city near the bus station. The hotel, although cheap, was new and luxurious. Unlike the resort area, this part of the city was bustling with real Posted by paulymx in Paul & Shelly's World Tour 2016 | Aug 3, 2016
- Cancun10 years ago we visited Cancun and Playa del Carmen on Mexico's Mayan riviera for Shelly's birthday. Some months earlier Hurricane Wilma had come through and destroyed many of the hotels. More than half the resorts had been boarded up Posted by paulymx in Paul & Shelly's World Tour 2016 | Aug 3, 2016
- Day 13-14 Cancún and Isla MujeresSo there is no secret that travelling can be tiring. Hence, sometimes during a long trip you just want a day to sleep in and be lazy. This is what Jenna and I did our first day in Cancún. We Posted by Oiesof in Sofies travels | Jul 17, 2016
- Day 11-12: Isla HolboxWhen we finally arrived in Mexico, I left Jenna to go to Isla Holbox for a day. My one and only purpose for this place was to snorkel with the whale shark, so I must admit I came no expectations Posted by Oiesof in Sofies travels | Jul 17, 2016
- Heading North to Coco’s Corner Admittedly it was hard to leave Playa Cocos and we officially waved and said good bye to this magical place. Bahia Conception had been our first stop on the Baja and it was fabulous that we had the opportunity to Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jul 3, 2016
- Returning to our favourite spots – Loreto and Conception BayLos Barriles was clearly one of the highlights of our journey so far. Still it was fairly easy to head onwards from there, as we knew already where we wanted to go next: Loreto and then the Bahia Concepcion.
This Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jul 3, 2016
- Summer solstice at the Tropic of CancerOur next destination was Todos Santos (the Mexican version of ‘Allerheiligen’) and we were all looking forward to see the Pacific. Todos Santos is located directly on the Tropic of Cancer and just an hour north of the southernmost tip Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Jun 29, 2016
- RTW June 18 - 29, 2016RTW day # 179 ONE, only ONE, more day to go tomorrow in Key West. We plan to just go to Duval Street for Mojitos, Sloppy Joes bar, shopping and key lime pie... Posted by pointslj in Points/Chamberlin Around the world 2016 | Jun 29, 2016
- 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.
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- 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