13 fun facts about Mexico you probably didn’t know!!
OMG Did I just say I’m Horny?? How embarrassing!! Learn the difference between I’m hot, and I’m Horny in Spanish. Don’t make this rookie error! 😉
La Guelaguetza is the biggest festival in Oaxaca. So much colour, beautiful dresses and dancing. The 8 regions of Oaxaca showcases their traditions.
How to meet locals in Mexico. Use these tips to make new friends and get chatting to locals. It will open a lot of doors and help you make Mexican friends.
Step by step on how to get from San Cristobal de Las Casas to the border of Guatemala. The border town of La mesilla.
How to renew your Mexican tourist visa at the Guatemalan border and how much it costs.
Visit Zuzul, Vega del Sol in Oaxaca and go swimming in this bright blue natural water hole and visit some waterfalls.
Puerto Escondido and Zicatela is great for partying, restaurants and hotels. But just 10 mins away is La Punta, with a super relaxed hippy/backpacker vibe.
Come to Oaxaca to celebrate the Day of the Dead. A 3 day celebration for those who have passed. What a fantastic tradition to remember all the great times of your loved ones.
A long stretch of white sandy beach and turquoise water, Tulum for me is the best beach in Mexico.
Snorkeling with the turtles in Akumal in their natural habitat is an amazing sight. To see them swim so freely and peacefully in the open waters…
The fresh, crystal clear waters of Gran Cenote in the middle of the jungle is the must see Cenote in Tulum. It’s the most popular, and in my opinion, the best Cenote in Tulum.