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Eat in Mexico as a local

Take note because you will find here the best tips to eat as a Mexican! 1.- Eat in local MARKETS. Why? Because there you will find authentic Mexican food, cooked by local people who knows the real recipe. 2.- Accept recommendations from locals. If you ask to...

9 REASONS TO VISIT MEXICO

There are many reasons to visit Mexico, today I'll share 9 of them with you! 1. There are countless archaeological sites and ancient places where the firsts civilizations lived! If by any chance you have an Indiana Jones complex you will be astonished by this sacred and...

How to travel Mexico on a budget?

Make your travel dreams come true   Coming up with a proper budget can be tricky, especially when you’re not too familiar with the destination or aiming to visit many places in one go. Imagine the trips you always dreamed of, not accomplished only because the process of...

10 Reasons to Not Spend Holidays in Mexico

There are many many reasons not to traveling to Mexico for your holidays, not to even thinking of the crazy idea, as if. For starters, this country has very ugly and terrible destinations, nothing exciting ever happens and there is really nothing to do for...

12 Mayan words you need to learn before going to Yucatan

Mexico is such a diverse country, that when traveling from region to region, it might as well feel like border-crossing traveling. The looks of people, indigenous background, costumes, food, folklore, weather and landscape; are just a few of many things different from state to state.   One of the...

9 REASONS TO VISIT MEXICO

There are many reasons to visit Mexico, today I'll share 9 of them with you! There are countless archaeological sites and ancient places where the firsts civilizations lived! If by any chance you have an Indiana Jones complex you will be astonished by this sacred and ancient...

A Practical Guide to Mayan Ruins of the Yucatan

Since I have visited a number of Mayan ruins, I would like to explain each of them helping the novice traveler decide which ones to visit. The first four are accessible from the Riviera Maya in a day trip:Chichen Itza, Tulum, Coba and Ek Balam....