Last year I was able to have a road trip from my hometown, all over to Orlando, FL. We made few stops along the road to stay the night and then continue our way, and one of them was New Orleans, LA. As soon as we arrived we went to the French Quarter and I … More The French Quarter, NOLA
In my hometown, there is a little village (by the highway Monterrey-Cd. Victoria) called Villa de Santiago. It is formed by a bunch of colorful houses that have an antique air and in the center of the village there is a plaza. At this plaza there are several restaurants that I truly recomend for a … More Pueblo Mágico Santiago, N.L.
While I was in Cancun and I visited the archeological spots, there were many little markets selling souvenirs, clothes, artesanias and many more countless things. I’m in love With all the vibrant colors that surround these markets and the originality of some of the items that are being sold. I even found a little Santa … More The love for souvenirs
Last but not least, 3. The mayan ruins of Tulum. These ruins are located directly at the side of a completely turquoise ocean. There are small constructions inside the archeological park and there is a beach in which you may enter and stay as long as you want. These constructions or what could be called … More Cancún, 2016 |Mayan Ruins of Tulum|
2. Cobá. (Notice that I am the small point at the top of the pyramid) Another mayan city located one hour away from Chichén- Itzá. It is one of the few places where you can still climb pyramids and the biggest one, Nohoch Mul, gives you a wonderful view once you are at the top. … More Cancún, 2016 |Coba|
This picture was taken by me while I was in a plane with the destination to Cancún, Quintana Roo. There are so many beautiful things to see full of Mexican culture and history. The white sanded beaches make you feel in true paradise and the turquoise water makes you want to stay in it forever. … More Cancún, 2016 |Chichen-itza|