14 Sep, 2016 in Cancun

My trip to Cancun in Mexico was absolutely gorgeous. It has gorgeous beaches (#2), extraordinary pyramids (Chichen Itza and Tulum), and an endless array of natural and tourist attractions. To wrap up my series of posts from my visit to gorgeous Cancun the final post is from a daytrip to the beautiful island Mujeres (Isla Mujeres) with […]

3 Aug, 2016 in Mexico City
Museo Nacional de las Culturas - Mexico City-001

The historic center of Mexico City is filled with great attractions, like the Great Pyramid of Tenochtitlán and Museo del Templo Mayor. In the area are also a few local museums featuring some of the local arts and culture. One of those is the Museo Nacional de las Culturas, a national museum dedicated to world […]

16 Jun, 2016 in Guadalajara
Plaza Fundadores Guadalajara Historic center (8)

It’s been over a year since I visited Guadalajara and going back to revisit some of the memories, I realized that I have not done justice to this lovely city and have yet to share some of what the historic center has to offer. The whole historic center is walkable, and I strongly recommend that […]

15 Jun, 2016 in Guadalajara
Liberation Square Guadalajara Historic Center (2)

It’s been over a year since I visited Guadalajara and going back to revisit some of the memories, I realized that I neglected to share a few highlights. The historic center has a lot to offer (more on that tomorrow), but for now I’ll just focus on one experience of a classical concert at the […]

6 Apr, 2016 in Cancun
Chichen Itza Mayan ruins Yucatan Mexico-003

Save the best for last. On my last visit to Mexico’s gorgeous Cancun and the Yucatan province, I did a day-trip to see some of the Mayan pyramid ruins. I’m constantly amazed by how well preserved the Mexico pyramid ruins are, and can’t help but stand in awe in view of these lost ancient civilizations and their architecture feats.  The […]

7 Mar, 2016 in Cancun
Beaches of Cancun Mexico (17)

I’m really not much of a beach guy, but when you’re faced with beaches like the ones in Cancun, it’s hard to not to be impressed. Cancun beaches are picture perfect, white sand, clear turquoise light blue waters, palm trees, this is as good as it gets. I spent a couple of days walking around […]

27 Jan, 2016 in Mexico City
Historical center Mexico City (55)

My visit to Mexico City was based at the wonderful historic center. I arrived late the first night and headed out to explore, surprised to find live music playing in street corners accompanied by locals causally dancing in the streets, street performers, lots of local cantinas serving cheap drinks, and a bunch of Mariachis roaming around between […]

21 Jan, 2016 in Cancun
Mayan Ruins at Tulum Archeological Site Mexico-044

Mexico is a great place to visit. Happy friendly local, delicious food, vibrant culture, funky music, world-class beaches, it’s just full of magical surprises. But one of the great highlights of Mexico is about the trip back in time to visit lost civilizations and explore ancient cultures that are long gone and no one really knows […]

25 Nov, 2015 in Mexico City
Ancient canals of Xochimilco  Mexico City (3)

If you’re looking for a funky local experience in Mexico City, then head down south to the ancient canals of Xochimilco to see what the Mexicans made of the ancient Aztec UNESCO heritage water systems. No, it’s not a museum, and you probably won’t get to see much of the history, I’d say the preservation […]

26 Oct, 2015 in Mexico City
UNAM National Autonomous University of Mexico campus Mexico City (12)

I’ve heard quite a lot about UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico), one of Latin America’s best universities situated at the southern part of Mexico City. If you don’t have a reason to visit for the local academics, then atleast consider visiting for the interesting campus they have. On one of my visits to Mexico […]

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