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xochimilco, mexico city

Bienvenidos (welcome to) Xochimilco! At the southern edge of Mexico City, only an hour by metro and light train from the Zócalo and the chaos of the city center, Xochimilco (Náhuatl for ‘place where flowers grow’) is a time-honored weekend destination for locals and visitors alike. 91 more words

Viaje Mexico

We're back!

WHEN I MOVED south of the border in 2000, nobody asked me if I was afraid because there was no reason to be.

It was great for six years. 364 more words


Exploring San Jose Del Cabo

Our third day in Cabo was dedicated to adventures. After

Living the all inclusive life at the Riu Palace Hotel & Resort is dreamy, but it’s a shame to leave Mexico without doing a little exploration, don ‘t cha think? 426 more words


One old town

I FOUND THIS on the internet. It looks like a great place to visit. I’d like to see it one day.

The Odd Pot

Gaining momentum in Valladolid Part I: The ancient site of Ek Balam

I left the hostel in Tulum early in the morning. It was a nice sunny morning, and I was ready to catch the bus to Valladolid, a town 100 kilometers Northwest of Tulum. 928 more words

Mexico Travel

Jump on the bus Gus... and experience My Mexico from the ground level!

Some people just don’t like to fly.

Others prefer the slowness of traveling on the road, watching the scenery pass by.

Some like the price, others the comfort, still more prefer to, as they used to say about… 720 more words


Surviving the Storm: One&Only Palmilla

Last September, the Category 3 Hurricane Odile walloped Los Cabos, Mexico, leaving widespread devastation in her wake. That included a number of top-shelf resorts, which were left shuttered during what should have been their busiest time of year. 811 more words