Before my trip to Mexico, I checked online some places I wanted to visit, I had a route more or less. But did not know how to get from A to B. I decided not to use airplanes as the last 2 years of my life of a cabin crew, I spent a lot of […]
It was Sunday afternoon, the 22nd of May 2011. It was one of those ”bad” days when I was angry and sad and disappointed at the same time. It seemed like the end of the world when I was robbed in Mexico. I still cannot believe it happened to me. I spent 2 and a […]
Chiapas has a lot to offer. It is not very known outside Mexico, but out of 31 Mexican states, it is the state with the most trees, lakes, rivers and green colour is everywhere around you even during the dry season. As it reminds me a little bit of my home country Slovakia, I had […]
During my road trip through the state of Colima, Mexico, I visited the lake Laguna La Maria as well and at the entrance there were three peacocks, one of them trying to get the attention of the female showing off his absolutely stunning colours. It reminded me of my childhood when I used to observe many […]
When you visit Oaxaca, you have to take a tour to Santa María del Tule, a small village 14 km from Oaxaca in Mexico. It was named after the tule (from náhuatl; in Spanish called espadaña, in English bulrush) which used to grow everywhere around here years ago. Tule is not a tree, but a […]
I bet 99% of you have never heard of the so called Guachimontones situated in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. For my shame, I was one of you as well just a little time ago. Even many people of Jalisco who live close to Guachimontones do not know the place exists. And it is only […]
Facts about Guadalajarait is the second biggest city in Mexico, after Mexico Cityit is the biggest city in the state of Jaliscothere is a town with the same name in Spainit holds the biggest Hispano American International Book Festival- Feria Internacional de Libro de Guadalajara, which is the second most important in the world (after […]
El Cerrito pyramid was built by Toltecs and is situated in the village El Pueblito close to Querétaro, Mexico. It was the first pyramid I have seen in Mexico. It has its charm, and with all the different cactus around it, you have a lot to look at.
Just the thought of having to pack for 3 months is quite destroying. And more for a girl. You might consider it mission impossible. But trust me, it is not that bad. Let’s take me as an example.I actually took time to count everything I packed with me to Mexico. Just to keep a track […]
Situated in the centre of Mexico City, Palacio de Bellas Artes, how it is called in Spanish, is a breath-taking building even during the daylight. But when we passed at night, with the red lights, was just even more jaw-dropping. Eventually, it did not used to be illuminated before, but I think you will all […]
Like I mentioned on my facebook profile, I did feel both scared and nervous before the trip. Not about the packing though. But three months somewhere for the first time ever just by myself and on top of it, somewhere where the culture does not have anything to do with the one I have been […]
Alex is a crazy Slovak girl who made traveling the reason of her life. In 2010 she quit her stewardess job and hasn't stopped traveling ever since. Her motto is ''I live to travel, I travel to live.'' She writes about crazy travel, fun adventures and sexy photos. Alex is also a raw vegan specialist, fitness health coach and yoga teacher.
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