Arriving at the Xochimilco canals was like seeing an explosion of Skittle colors — a rainbow piñata of boats. Rows and rows of trajineras (gondolas) waiting for hundred of passengers which would no doubt be arriving shortly.
I walked into the back room of the coffee shop with butterflies in my stomach and a knot in my throat. How I would make it through this afternoon without completely breaking down was beyond me. Four of the sweetest children sat at one side of the table, and their mothers lined the other.
Even for me, it is rare that a one-day adventure will include rappelling, cliff jumping, kayaking, snorkeling and zip lining. Very rare. But, all the aforementioned happened on the Xenotes [...]
Today seems like a perfectly fine day in Cancun to stick my feet into some lace-up boots that are strapped to a short surf-style board. Then, I'm thinking about having [...]
I am not a huge fan of cilantro, raw tomatoes, spicy food, tequila shots or wearing sombreros, which is why traveling to the touristy towns in Mexico is typically not [...]
A new, and very colorful, contest is running rampant over the web, TravelSupermarket.com created the Capture the Colour contest. It's simple, there are 5 colors, you choose five memorable photos to represent [...]
Tag...I'm it. Hostelbookers has created this fun travel round up and 50+ and on the Run has said it is time for me to join the party. I put on [...]
Prior to my visit to La Bufadora in Mexico, the only street food I have ever partaken in was the must-have hot dog from a vendor on the streets of New York [...]
I spent a week trying to find a white outfit for the Kandy Kruise all white party, which is actually a difficult task in September. The whole no-white-after Labor Day rule didn't [...]
At the end of my Ensenada excursion haggling through the La Bufadora flea market, there was another new adventure waiting. Mexico was home to the second largest blow hole in the world and we were [...]