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  • The return of the jedi(s to Puebla)So after about two months our Southern round-trip comcluded by returning to Puebla, Cholula and reunite with our trailer stored in the Trailer Park Las Americas. This segment of our trip covered 4325 km, included 17 air'bnbs, a Christmas Eve, a Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Mar 1, 2024
  • GuanajuatoBack to Primera Plus again, we took the 11:30am bus to Guanajuato. The 90-minute trip was mainly on "country" roads through very scrubby land with virtually no agriculture. In the distance on both sides of the road were high mountains. Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 27, 2024
  • San Miguel de AllendeOff to San Miguel de Allende on a Futura bus today. It was only a 90-minute ride but did leave 45 minutes late and even the locals couldn't find out why. As always, the taxi ride into the Centro Historico Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 24, 2024
  • QuerétaroAnother luxury bus trip, this time two and a half hours from Morelia to Querétaro. A twenty minute taxi-ride took us into the Centro Historico to the Hotel Quinta Santiago [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/330645/d94678a0-d105-11ee-90dc-91aae893cce Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 22, 2024
  • MoreliaOur Primera Plus bus from Guadalajara to Morelia was unbelievably luxurious. The seats were larger and more comfortable than most Premium Economy airline seats, the wi-fi was free and worked remarkably well during the three and a half hour trip Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 20, 2024
  • Why am I here and what am I doing?==Merida, Mexico== [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/944210/ac597070-ce8c-11ee-b03c-47f5381f5e44.JP Posted by Jeanny Preston in Giving Thanks | Feb 19, 2024
  • Day 7 in GuadalajaraA 30-minute walk to the University of Guadalajara is the MUSA (Museum of Artes), housed in a stunning building across the road from the university and next to the Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 16, 2024
  • Day 6 in GuadalajaraOur friend Alexis who has friends in Ajijic, sent us a message saying that the road between Chapala and Ajijic is one-long traffic jam at the moment. We did think about not going but we probably won't be in this Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 15, 2024
  • Day 5 in GuadalajaraA very late start after the terrible bus trip yesterday Kevin watched some Premier League highlights Jeni bought a book We had coffee at the Café Boutique Teatro Degollado We had a stroll around the Plaza de Armas We booked our bus to Morel Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 15, 2024
  • Day 4 in GuadalajaraA disappointing trip We had been warned that the 68 km trip could take up to a couple of hours but we thought it would be interesting: how wrong we were. After a miserable bus ride in terrible traffic we arrived Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 13, 2024
  • Day 3 in GuadalajaraJeni discovered that the Jalisco Symphony Orchestra (Jalisco is the local state) was playing at lunchtime on Sunday, so the previous afternoon we bought tickets at the box office at the Teatro Degollado for a very reasonable A$20 each The Sunday Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 13, 2024
  • Day 2 in GuadalajaraAfter an in-room breakfast courtesy of the local OXXO store, we took a short walk (1.2km) to the Museo Cabanas, passing the Mercado Libertad - San Juan de Dios, supposedly the largest market in Latin America with 2,900 stalls. It Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 13, 2024
  • We arrived in GuadalajaraThe flight to Auckland with Air NZ was excellent as was the meal they provided: one of the best we've had on any flight. We had 5 hours at the airport before boarding our Air NZ flight to Los Angeles Posted by kforge in Kevin & Jeni 2024 - Mexico + California | Feb 12, 2024
  • WATCH OUT - Wyoming Ground Squirrels!Meet Cassiopea - a Harris's Falcon, with its tawny feathers and yellow legs. Today we were in the famed wine region of Baja California at the El Cielo Vineyard in the Guadalupe Valley. Here we learned about these versatile raptors Posted by Where2FromHere in Where 2 From Here? | Feb 10, 2024
  • Salsa, Salsa and MargaritasCabo San Lucas, located at the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula is recognized as the Marlin Capital, and is home to the famous Arch, where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet. The Sea of Cortez, Posted by Where2FromHere in Where 2 From Here? | Feb 9, 2024
  • Day 1 - Playa Del CarmenToday was a much needed relaxing pool day. We were up at 5:30am, still getting used to the timezone change! We got up and were one of the firsts to breakfast! The quote of the day was Elliott saying "I'm Posted by LionessesInAsia in Mexican Adventure 🇲🇽 🌮🌯⛱️ | Feb 4, 2024
  • A week on MSC SeashoreOur week on MSC Seashore is coming to an end as we sail back to Port Canaveral from Cozumel. This cruise was a surprise. I have sailed twice in The Haven and came on MSC to see how the Yacht Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Jan 27, 2024
  • Hierve el AguaHierve el Agua is a large travertine rock formation near Oaxaca, Mexico that resemble cascades of water. Getting there was an easy one hour drive on a toll road and only the last 5 kms were crossing a small town Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jan 27, 2024
  • OaxacaAfter a few days of real oceanside holiday-mode days it was quite hard [[https://towacross.travellerspoint.com/349/|to leave Puerto Escondido]]. The drive from there to Oaxaca was promising a lot of steep up and downhill sections with dramatic curves. You Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jan 27, 2024
  • A week on MSC SeashoreSince we skipped our port call in Costa Maya, we slowly cruised our way towards Cozumel. We had a medical emergency on board, so we approached the coast to do the Medivac. We ultimately tied up at 1900 Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Jan 26, 2024
  • A week on MSC SeashoreToday was a sea day as we head southwest toward Costa Maya and Cozumel. The Yacht Club is an excellent experience. I like it better than The Haven on NCL - even The Haven on the Prima class. There Posted by rpickett in Rusty Pickett, ECC, VTA, LCS, MBA | Jan 25, 2024
  • Puerto EscondidoAfter [[https://towacross.travellerspoint.com/348/|Salina Cruz]] we progressed to Puerto Escondido and we enjoyed the clean and pretty small town on the oceanside. Much [[https://towacross.travellerspoint.com/322/|contrasting to Tulum]] here the streets a Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jan 23, 2024
  • Salina CruzThe migthy Pacific Ocean gives me thrills every single time we meet and it was not different this time either at Salina Cruz. The town has a major refinery and the flames were visible every time we drove to our Posted by divatmotoros in towacross | Jan 23, 2024
  • OutroBy way of summary, I had an interesting and enjoyable week, which included some walks through the poorer parts of the city, where I saw people recycling big tangled piles of various industrial components. But even in these parts of Posted by MarkX in Visiting Oaxaca | Sep 29, 2023
  • Day Trip Part 3 - Hierve El AguaThen we took a long drive to Hierve El Agua, where I did some quite steep hiking on rocks in the hot Oaxacan sun at around 5000'. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by MarkX in Visiting Oaxaca | Sep 28, 2023
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