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  • Mexico Trip!==Introduction!!!!== This is our family travelling blog. We haven't written a blog before, so I thought I'd introduce myself and my family before we start the Mexico Trip blog. I'm Rosy and I'm married to my lovely husband Sam. We'd Posted by NomadFamily1 in Travelling as a family permantly | Jan 15, 2019
  • Mexique - Péninsule du Yucatan - 2019L alignement des planètes se produit rarement .... a nous de saisir la chance ! Réunissez 2 quarantenaires ... amies depuis au moins ...25 ans ... toutes 2 celibataires depuis peu ... rajoutez une furieuse envie de voyager Posted by Guevel in Mexique - Péninsule du Yucatan - 2019 | Jan 12, 2019
  • Fifty Shades of GreyLake Bacalar in Southern Mexico is renowned for its multi-hued crystal waters where, it is said, a keen eye can see seven distinct blues and up to fifty shades. Unfortunately we seem to have hit a dull patch and the Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jan 10, 2019
  • Sorry I went A-wall :(In my biased opinion, what makes my writing interesting it's its degree of truth or blunt honesty I pour into it. I am by no means the most talented writer, but I like truth as challenging as it can be. Posted by Taconquistadora in La Taconquistadora Travel Diaries | Jan 9, 2019
  • Blissful Adventures in Bacalar?We've left Playa del Carmen, heading 300 kms south toward the Belize border, in search of the warm waters and the supposedly spectacular colours of Bacalar Lake. We had no trouble finding the town of Bacalar. It was impossible to Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jan 8, 2019
  • Wasting Away the Days Down in BajaI can't believe it's been almost a month since I've posted a new entry. Time has been flying by as we entered our last month in Baja and have had the holidays and family visits. ===TIM TAKES ON BAJA=== Our good friend Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Jan 8, 2019
  • There are Coconuts at the Bottom of our GardenHere in the tropics it's always summer and at the moment the self-decorating Christmas trees are loaded with all manner of colourful bling. From the giant globes on the coconut tree in 'our' garden ... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/171352/large Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jan 5, 2019
  • Polar Bears in PlayaIt's the first day of the year so regular readers will know that it's time for us to put on a brave face, (and swimming gear), to take part in the traditional Canadian New Year event – the Polar Bear Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Jan 1, 2019
  • Mexico City! Can you tell we're happy to be here? It's a record Tzeptolan market [img= Posted by TeamZecca in Funemployed World Tour | Dec 23, 2018
  • Guadalajara Good Times We recently had the opportunity to spend a long weekend in Guadalajara, Mexico. We had been wanting to visit the mainland from here in Baja and when we found out flights were under $100 Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Dec 17, 2018
  • Day 8 - Paquimé Archaeological Zone Before leaving Nuevo Casas Grandes we visited Mexico's northernmost archeological site at Paquimé. It is the largest archaeological zone that represents the peoples and cultures of the Chihuahua Desert. The architecture and artifacts at Paquimé suggest Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 6 - The TarahumaraThe Tarahumara is the second largest indigenous group in North America, Navajos being the largest. Approximately 60,000 Tarahumara still remain primitive with many living as their ancestors did with the canyons sheltering them from conquest and assimilati Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 7 - Nuevo Casas GrandesStill cold and cloudy, we left Posada Barrancas crossing the Continental Divide at an elevation of about 8,000 feet above sea level and went through Creel. The town is named for the railroad tycoon and politician, Enrique Creel. Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 5 - Riding "Chepe" to Posada BarrancasAfter breakfast we headed to the train. The Chihuahua al Pacifico Railway (Chepe) is one of the most scenic railroads in the world going over 32 trestles and through 86 tunnels on its 420 mile journey. It was Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 4 - Alamos and El FuerteAlamos is the best preserved colonial town in northern Mexico, taking its architectural style from the Spanish town of Andalusia. In the late 1600's early settlers arrived to mine silver and built beautiful Spanish colonial mansions around the city Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 3 - Guaymas Pearl Farm and AlamosDeparting San Carlos after breakfast, we traveled to the Guaymas Pearl farm, the first cultured pearl farm in the Americas. The Pearl Farm resides inside one of Guaymas' most beautiful bays: Bacochibampo Bay (meaning "Bay of Sea-Snakes" in the Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 2 - San CarlosAfter breakfast we boarded a private boat for a scenic cruise on the Sea of Cortes. The Marina San Carlos is considered the largest natural marina in Mexico. It was a beautiful day to view blue-footed boobies, great Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Day 1 - Tucson to San Carlos, MXWe headed out of SaddleBrooke at about 8:00 am and crossed the border into Mexico at Nogales. We stopped at Santa Ana for lunch and then traveled to Hermosillo where we visited the Cathedral and the Government Palace then Posted by kjculbertson in Mexico's Copper Canyon | Dec 1, 2018
  • Mexico's Sunny Beaches El Arco, Cabo San Lucas' trademark site We landed in Cabo San Lucas Friday afternoon. My first impression was: "Ye Gads, it's hot!" And more humid than I remembered Baja Mexic Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Nov 14, 2018
  • Mexico's Ancient Ruins Not far from Mexico City, Teotihuacan's Pyramid of the Sun with the Pyramid of the Moon in the backgroud I've explained before my concept of a Back Pocket Trip. This is Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Nov 14, 2018
  • Mexico 2018==Itinerary== We spent 18 days in Mexico, flying from Seattle to Monterrey, then driving west and north toward Chihuahua and Casas Grandes to see the UNESCO sight of Paquime. We then headed back s Posted by janejoe in Mexico - The North - 2018 | Nov 14, 2018
  • Vaarta Adventures Canopy Tour and Rhythms of the Night[http://images.travbuddy.com/775909_12133328101264.jpg]A kiss for luck....David and I set out early to go to the Vallarta Adventures canopy tour. We got there early and I began looking through the gift shop...... I was surprised that I couldn't find anyth Posted by sylviandavid in Puerto Vallarta | May 19, 2008
  • Puerta Vallarta City Tour[http://images2.travbuddy.com/775909_12131620633391.jpg]David and I decided to go on the city tour as we wanted to learn more of the history have a guide tell us what we were actually seeing. We choose a tour called "Tropical & City Tour in Paradise" Posted by sylviandavid in Puerto Vallarta | May 18, 2008
  • Paradise Village ~ Mexico ~ Paradise indeed![http://images2.travbuddy.com/775909_12153200293185.jpg]The harbor.... nice boats!On the 15th we were to meet Ray and Linda in the lobby of Paradise Village.. We packed and said good bye to cute little Hola Puerto Vallarta and took a bus to Paradise Villa Posted by sylviandavid in Puerto Vallarta | May 14, 2008
  • City of Puerto Vallarta[http://images2.travbuddy.com/775909_12115939461221.jpg]We decided to go into the main city of Puerto Vallarta [Puerto-Vallarta-travel-guide-321798]... There were two things we wanted to see. The boardwalk or Malecon by the ocean and the sculptures on it. Posted by sylviandavid in Puerto Vallarta | May 13, 2008
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