Articles in the Mexico Category
Archaeology & Ruins, Culture, Guatemala, Inspiration, Mexico, Peru, South America, Unschooling »
Because through archeology, I’ve been led down a rabbit hole that has blown the lid off of everything I though I knew. And I realize how many lies I’ve been led to believe throughout my life. And I am questioning everything and exploring and expanding my understanding.
Sounds familiar, right? I am re-educating or unschooling my adult self.
Because through archaeology I have a catalyst to explore deeper than I ever had a reason to explore before.
Central America, Mexico »
The area of Huatulco, in the south of Mexico, has 330 days of sunshine a year, an average temperature of 28 °C and 22 miles of sandy beaches. Are you starting to think of your Mexico holidays already?
Wait, there’s a lot more to this place than data.
Most Huatulco resorts have a genuine feel about them, and a very different attitude from other popular Mexican names such as Acapulco and Cancun, whose fame often comes with larger crowds of tourists.
This is an area that has gone unnoticed for a …
Belize, Central America, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Guest Blogger, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama »
Great Advice if you are planning on slow traveling, moving to, or volunteering in Central America.
This guest post is by David Bloom. Mr. Bloom is active on the Couch Surfing boards for Central America and I’ve been communicating with him over the past year. I thought this article would be great travel advice to our readers and with his permission, we are posting it for you. If you have any questions or wish to contact the author directly, please send him a note here.
10 Things to Know Before You Move …
Couch Surfing, In the Moment, Mexico, Photo Essays »
If you read German, we hope you will enjoy these entries from Paul’s Diary, written about his 1 1/2 month adventure building a boat to travel down the Usumacinta River in Mexico.
If you haven’t listened to Podcast #14-Swashbuckling Tales of Carnage, Adventure & Love!, where Lainie interviews Paul about his journey, please [click here] to listen to the interview.
Ich war 28 Tage in Frontera Corozal, dem Dorf, in dem ich mein Boot gebaut hab. Am Anfang haett ich nicht dran geglaubt, aber ich hab es …
Central America, Mexico »
Kicking and screaming, dragging my heels, stomping my feet. “I don’t want to go back to LA, I don’t want to go, I don’t want to go…” 8:21 AM Aug 17th, 2009 via web
I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back! I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back! I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back! I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back!I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back! I don’t wanna go, I don’t wanna go back!I don’t wanna go, …
Our last night
Back in Cancun, with the realization our mini-adventure, our “test-trip”, our jaunt around Mexico and Belize was about to end we were both a little sad it was coming to an end. Both Miro and I felt good about our travel, agreed we passed the test and have the ability to take on this lifestyle, and were truly excited about what’s ahead. However, today wasn’t a day for reflection, a time to look backwards. Today we had one job, pack up, enjoy our last night with our hosts, …