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  • Back to Plan AJust sit right back and you'll hear a tale a tale of a fateful trip, that started from this tropic port, aboard this tiny ship. We were told that the company that cancelled the cruise yesterday might send out a smaller boat today if Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 13, 2016
  • MexicoLanding back in Cancun at the same time as five other flights was not ideal for customs and immigration, especially when you had planned to be on the last bus of the night to Playa del Carmen, which was leaving Posted by TakeOnTheWorld in Central American Adventures | Feb 13, 2016
  • The city of my dreams and nightmares is Mexico City...Carlos said it better than I'm about to...Mexico City seduces and repels, and defies description or easy analysis. I could go on about the sickening class divide, the disparity of riches, the magnificence of public spaces, the cultural and historical Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Feb 12, 2016
  • Plan BWaiting on the hotel veranda at 9:30 a.m, for our snorkelling trip pick-up, carefully choosing a seat out of the sun as it was already very hot. Who’s idea was it to make cast iron patio furniture in a Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 12, 2016
  • Copitlita……This morning it was off to Copalita, billed as an eco-archeological park about 5 miles out of town. As with many things, it had been difficult to find much information ahead of time so we weren’t too sure Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 11, 2016
  • Yup, it’s hotWith only a few days left we decided to get organized. It’s difficult to find much tourist information here. No central tourist center and only a few ramshackle tour offices which is surprising considering all the infrastructure money, Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 10, 2016
  • Day Effay! (as Mexico City is also known - D.F.)Every guide book you read actively discourages you from driving in Mexico City. In fact, Lonely Planet describes it thus: [i]"Even more than elsewhere in the country, traffic rules are seen as suggested behaviour. Red lights may be run at Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Feb 9, 2016
  • What a difference a day makesIt’s amazing what can happen when on the lookout for an interesting garden. Today we headed to Hagia Sofia Botanic Park. Hagia Sofia means something along the lines of ‘holy wisdom’ and in this case was defined as Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 9, 2016
  • Week six in the YucatanThe week started out with us doing some "gardening/landscaping" in the front forty....this is where a house was destroyed during a hurricane. Some people may not care for this rustic area, but we enjoy the "wildlife" it attracts...dogs, cats, possums, Posted by hermanita in Winter 2015-16 | Feb 9, 2016
  • Ongoing stay in Chicxulub Paul and Jadzia left after a wonderful week here with us in paradise. I think they had a great time but what do I know! It is always nice to have family and friends visit from home! Posted by OhUiginn in Mexico 2016 | Feb 9, 2016
  • Another round pleaseWe went back to see the local Gastroenterologist this morning as Gail is still not over her illness. He switched one of her meds to something that would be easier on her system and added another to hopefully calm Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 8, 2016
  • Superbowl en EspañolWe took the car back to the rental agency in La Crucecita this morning then strolled leisurely back to the hotel. We read, had lunch, hung out by the pool, read some more then went for a walk down by Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 7, 2016
  • Tepoztlan: chakras, crystals and Carnavale[center][/center] Oh yes, Tepoztlan is a Pueblo Magico - how could it not be? Tepoztlan is reputed to have mystical powers; drawing deep from its origins 1200 years ago as the birthplace Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Feb 7, 2016
  • I never want to see another TopesToday we rented a car so that Fred could revisit Puerto Escondido where he had been nearly 40 years ago. Puerto Escondido is about 97 miles north of Huatulco but we took the long route so we could visit Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 7, 2016
  • More on the Mexican Medical systemDecided to get a second opinion on Gail’s intestinal issues so called up the Gastroenterologist in town. Yes, he answered the phone and said come on over. We jumped in a cab and got lost in La Crucetia Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 5, 2016
  • Laze about, day 2Gail was feeling better today, whether despite or due to the meds from the doc so we decided to go check out the hotel’s beach club. Armed with books and masks and snorkels we headed out in the van Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 4, 2016
  • BinniquendaGail was feeling under the weather again today so we didn’t venture out but stayed around the pool area. We did however do a light workout in the hotel’s small gym in the morning. It was a mostly shady day Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 3, 2016
  • The long and winding road to Cuetzalan: well worth the tripI think we could get lost in a crowd of three. Leaving Puebla was supposed to be easy, but somehow we missed a sign and found ourselves on the road to Tlaxcala, which was about a 2-hour detour to our Posted by millerburr in Leaving Ourselves Behind | Feb 3, 2016
  • Comenzando el BlogWe create this blog to share our lust for traveling with other fellows travelers. Claudia y Jorge [img=http Posted by Corroso in Corroso Travels | Feb 2, 2016
  • One month in Paradise We have now been here a month. This week my cousin Paul and his partner Jadzia arrived on the same flight as our friends Maggie and John who will be staying with us for at least a month. Posted by OhUiginn in Mexico 2016 | Feb 2, 2016
  • La CrucecitaToday we decided to venture to La Crucecita, the small town within walking distance of Santa Cruz. La Crucecita means "The small Cross" and it is located on a plateau only a kilometre from the bay. La Crucecita is the Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 2, 2016
  • Week five in the YucatanLook at me everyone...I'm growing??? Almost don't fit through the gate! Another Tuesday at the school in Chicxulub to help the kids learn some English. We divided the c Posted by hermanita in Winter 2015-16 | Feb 2, 2016
  • Day 1-2: Fri Sat Jan 15 16Friday morning I showed up at 6am and found no one. I showed up again at 7am. (My airbnb apartment was only a few minutes away). Again, no riders. I figured I might as well try the Hotel Road by Posted by tompears in Road Biking Cancun Mexico jan 2016 | Jan 22, 2016
  • Fist Impressions of HuatulcoHuatulco is very different than San Miguel, both physically and culturally. While there was and still is a small town here, La Crucecita which is located a short distance off the water, the rest of the area is a planned Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Feb 1, 2016
  • On the Road to HuatulcoYesterday when we sent out our blog, Fred click the wrong box on the website and we think that notifications for folks that have an auto subscription and are sent an e-mail, didn’t go out. So you might want to Posted by backtomexico in Back to Mexico | Jan 31, 2016
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