Archive for 'Travel Mexico'

Las Estacas, Morelos – A Photoset

Las Estacas, Morelos – A Photoset

Las Estacas is a gorgeous natural water park in the state of Morelos just one and a half hours south of Mexico City, a little piece of paradise on earth. [...]

A week in Puerto Vallarta – Last day

A week in Puerto Vallarta – Last day

Leaving Puerto Vallarta was very difficult. I hadn’t taken a proper vacation in many years and after a week in paradise I was ready to just stay there. We arrived at the airport around 8 am [...]

A week in Puerto Vallarta – Pt 2

A week in Puerto Vallarta – Pt 2

Puerto Vallarta is much more than beautiful beaches and breathtaking sunsets over the Pacific ocean. Read about other things you can do in this magical town. [...]

A Week in Puerto Vallarta – Pt 1

A Week in Puerto Vallarta – Pt 1

Puerto Vallarta is located in the Bahia de Banderas (Bay of Flags) on the Pacific Ocean. The municipality belongs to the state of Jalisco. The state of Nayarit borders to the north. Puerto Vallarta is a [...]

D.F.’s Floating Gardens

D.F.’s Floating Gardens

If only 5% of the Xochimilco chinampas were restored for ecological agriculture, it could feed the city, roughly 25 million people, for 30 years. [...]

The Ice Cream Fair and Grilled Nopales

The Ice Cream Fair and Grilled Nopales

The ice cream fair is held in Plaza Quirino Mendoza in Tulyehualco, part of the Xochimilco borough, from March 30th to April 10th, 2012. [...]

Trip to the State of Hidalgo

Trip to the State of Hidalgo

Two photosets of my last road trip to the state of Hidalgo for the Tamal and Atole Festival and barbacoa tasting. [...]

Cholula, Puebla

Cholula, Puebla

Cholula is a beautiful town outside the city of Puebla that has very interesting archeological sites, a great market and delicious cuisine. Come spend a weekend here and be prepared to be amazed. [...]

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Foodbuzz 24×24: A day in Xochimilco

Xochimilco is the last remaining trace of a lost empire. Its people, food, religion, canals and way of living might have been influenced by the outside world, but the core of Xochimilco remains intact. This community [...]