From Quintana Roo I took a bus to Veracruz to visit a friend I knew for years but have never met in person so far. I changed the dates a little bit because of what happened in Playa del Carmen. So in the end, he could not come from Xalapa to Veracruz to have a […]
Cuilapan means River of Coyotes in náhuatl. This little village in Oaxaca has an amazing monastery from the 16th century. Once the Jesuits were expelled from the area to the North, the Dominicans came here and wanted to convert all the Indians to their religion. However, because of the very often earthquakes here, the natives […]
More times I have seen some travelers writing about how they did ziplining and I already decided I was going to do it, too. It did look scary a little bit, but every adventure that has anything to do with flying, is just my thing. But the day I visited El Chiflón waterfall in […]
After 2 amazing days in the Island of Holbox where you can walk it through bare-foot in an hour, I went to the absolutely opposite place – Cancún. For the last years, together with Acapulco, Cancún has been the most famous beach destination in Mexico. Many people come here for honeymoon, spring break, 2 week […]
Campeche is the capital of one of the 31 states in Mexico with the same name. Campeche state, together with Yucatán and Quintana Roo belong to the Yucatán peninsula with Campeche being the poorest one when it comes to money but the richest one in the fauna species. San Francisco de Campeche (the proper name […]
When I visited Chiapas, the most beautiful state of Mexico when it comes to natural wonders, I took a day trip from San Cristóbal de las Casas to the Lakes of Montebello and El Chiflón waterfall. And I left with both places deep in my heart. El Chiflón is a 70 m high waterfall on […]
When I made the first plan for my visit in Mexico, just to have more or less an idea which places to see, I have to confess, I had never considered San José Iturbide as the part of my list. I never heard of it before and unlike many Americans, Canadians or Europeans, I have […]
On my way from Acapulco to Oaxaca, I spent 19 hours in a small town at the Pacific coast, in the state of Oaxaca in Mexico. I heard of the place and as soon as I was told it is a place of surfers, I had to come at least for a bit. Right now […]
When I was staying in Hotel Catedral in Puerto Vallarta and walking through the town on a busy Sunday full of tourists, all of a sudden I saw Frida Kahlo. I bet you all know her – famous Mexican painter, from Coyoacán, Mexico City with one eyebrow, not two. The wife of Diego Rivera. The looking […]
I spent two days in Huatulco located in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. It was not planned at all, I was supposed to go from Puerto Escondido straight to the town of Oaxaca, but everyone was saying I could not miss it so I changed the plans a little bit and came over to Huatulco […]
In the heart of colonial and mining town of Guanajuato, a new hotel Casa Dionisio is located. Exactly in the pure historical centre, behind the Theatre, in one of the streets Callejon Salto del Mono No 1, after you climb a bit. If you book a room in hotel Casa Dionisio, there is always someone […]
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.