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  • How does one rent an apartment in a different country?We've vacationed in Mexico - but it has always been with a fairly enclosed and isolated situation. The first time we went to Playa Del Carmen was a cruise stop in Cozumel and a land excursion to Tulum. I remember getting off Posted by travelDIAS in The Travelling Dias' | Dec 16, 2014
  • Wehrell-ed Travel, MexicoOnward our vacation continues, sans stomach bug. The relief we feel is wonderful, but I can't help but wait for the other shoe to drop. Or my small intestine. It's hard not to worry about being sick when you've already Posted by JorieW in Wehrell-ed Travel | Dec 15, 2014
  • Wehrell-ed Travel, MexicoIt never ceases to fail--my visit to any Latin American country almost always seem to leave me with some sort of unpleasant illness. This trip has proven no different. This time, however, it wasn't food or drink that took me Posted by JorieW in Wehrell-ed Travel | Dec 15, 2014
  • Where are We?Howdy All! Gosh, I've never thought of blogging while swinging in a hammock just a stone's throw from ancient Mayan ruins but, here I am doing just that. It seemed like a whirlwind the past 10 days but really the cruise in Posted by woa in GandaTravel 2014 | Dec 15, 2014
  • Wehrell-ed Travel, MexicoLeaving for any trip always feels to be a meticulous act of planning, organizing, and lining up rows of proverbial ducks. My general course of action is to find us a place to stay before leaving. Because, let's face it, Posted by JorieW in Wehrell-ed Travel | Dec 11, 2014
  • Totally RuinedAnus fully intact, I arrived in Oaxaca (pronounced Wahaka) after a 7½ hour bus ride. My hostel consisted of the usual dorms surrounding a central patio area filled with jungle plants and hammocks. I instantly made friends with some hostel residents Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Dec 11, 2014
  • Timeshare: Pirate Okay. I had this feeling that I could have become a pirate had I lived between the 15th and 17th centuries. Sure, this feeling came to me while I was swimming in the blue warm bat Posted by woa in GandaTravel 2014 | Dec 5, 2014
  • saludos desde MéxicoShortly after arriving in Cancun Tuesday, we were greeted by a big storm. It was mild and balmy, with lots of wind and rain. From the airport, we took a bus into Cancun and decided to walk from the bus Posted by woa in GandaTravel 2014 | Dec 4, 2014
  • Food, Glorious FoodLeg 2 of my odyssey had begun uncomfortably thanks to a painful overnight transfer from LA and a sleep-deprived morning at the hostel. I've certainly had better Friday nights. Once I'd marginally recovered from my zombie-like state I took a wander Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Dec 3, 2014
  • Our Mexican journey is over (boo hoo)....TULUM continued..... 18th November Akumal! Snorkeling and spotting sea turtles and sting-rays made for a pretty amazing day! This place is only a half an hour drive from Tulum and it is amazing! We decided to be adventurous and go Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Nov 30, 2014
  • Stress & DetoxI like reading about places I've visited either half way through a stay or as I'm leaving, sometimes completely after. It's just more fun that way! Tepoztlán is derived from Nahuatl and means "place of abundant copper" or "place of the Posted by TravelbyBeach in Tizz•Ventures | Nov 30, 2014
  • WHAT HAS BEEN HAPPENING IN MEXICO?SO, I havent posted something in a long long while! First reason: Due to horrible organizations skills in all offices across the university all my exams happened around the same time. Which had not been the plan at all. Second reason: When Posted by nerikimmera in Diving into the World | Nov 22, 2014
  • Dia de los Muertos Posted by TravelbyBeach in Tizz•Ventures | Nov 21, 2014
  • Mexico City Day 3-Tepoztlán and Día de Muertos This morning we had an early rise as we were heading to Tepoztlán and it would take us two hours or so the get there. Thom and I decided since we were up early anyway....(time difference I g Posted by Kelly Rose in Here, There and Everywhere | Nov 20, 2014
  • The bus journey through Mexico continues!Mexico surprises and delights us at every turn. We are considering moving here.... San Cristobal de las Casas 5th November We visited Cañón del Sumidero today which was an amazing experience!!! The drive from San Cristobal was suppos Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Nov 17, 2014
  • Day 15 - Bahìa de Concepcion to Valle de GuadalupeFriday morning we were up before dawn, broke camp and prepared for a LONG drive back north to Valle de Guadelupe. We were on the road @0630 with the sun and headed North. We new it would take Posted by estadana in Baja Adventure | Nov 9, 2014
  • Days 13, 14 - Bahìa de ConcepcionAfter leaving Loreto we drove about 1 1/2 hours to Playa El Burro in Bahìa de Concepcion. We were here last week on our way down and wanted to come back and camp here in here in the Posted by estadana in Baja Adventure | Nov 9, 2014
  • Where are the students?The media in the US and México are covering the disappearance of 43 university students missing from the Mexican state of Guerrero. I think there should be more media coverage in the US since US policy is an integral part Posted by BettinaNYC in Breaking Away in 2014 | Nov 9, 2014
  • Mexico City Day 2- Coyoacán and Halloween This morning we woke and started with a breakfast in the hotel Lobby but with realizing there would be some extra time I talked Thom into taking a little adventure walk to this famous churró Posted by Kelly Rose in Here, There and Everywhere | Nov 9, 2014
  • New Yorkers in the house!What better way to ease back into thoughts of home and work but to have colleagues from New York join us? For a week I was lucky to have Joan Byron and Elena Conte from the Pratt Center here in Posted by BettinaNYC in Breaking Away in 2014 | Nov 8, 2014
  • Wonky thoughts: Sundays in the park and on the streets[float=left] During our month-long stay in Mexico City, Chad and I ventured out along with tens of thousands every Sunday to walk, run and take in a little cardio kick-box Posted by BettinaNYC in Breaking Away in 2014 | Nov 8, 2014
  • It's 8:30 in the AM...It's 8:30 in the AM. I just lathered a bunch of coconut oil into my scalp, hoping to rid this dandruffy dry scalp thing, and wrapped a blue bandana around my head to hold it for the day. The morning Posted by TravelbyBeach in Tizz•Ventures | Nov 7, 2014
  • Mexico City Day 1Mexico day 1 Thom and I arrived in Mexico City and took a registered cab to our hotel. We will be staying at Hotel San Fransisco in the Historic Centro district. We immediately dropped our bags and headed out to Posted by Kelly Rose in Here, There and Everywhere | Nov 5, 2014
  • Back in a Big CityI won't compare New York City and Mexico City, but in my Latin America travels so far, this city feels most like home. Not surprisingly, the city has kept us busy. In addition to more Spanish classes, I've Posted by BettinaNYC in Breaking Away in 2014 | Nov 4, 2014
  • México lindo!Mexico is amazing! I've always described Mexico as a country where everything comes together perfectly. The people are amazing, the food delicious, the country beautiful and it is so rich in history and culture. Makes for a Posted by sandyandyuri in The Americas | Nov 4, 2014
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