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Tours or Solo Travel? How to Decide Which is For You

As you're planning your upcoming trip, you might be wondering if a tour is worth it, or if you should go it alone. There are pros and cons to both, and the point of this blog is to help you figure out what is best for you. Independent travel can be incredibly liberating. You're free… Continue reading Tours or Solo Travel? How to Decide Which is For You

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4 Days in Mexico City | A City Built in Layers

You may have heard mixed thoughts about Mexico City; I know I did! It seems the city either rubs you the right way or the wrong, and there really isn't a grey area. In my experience, I loved it. Mexico City is a city of contrast. It's old and new, not even old but ancient! It's… Continue reading 4 Days in Mexico City | A City Built in Layers

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The Butterfly Effect | Monarch Butterflies of Mexico

As I settle into our new home, I am finally looking forward to having some extra time to remember our adventures in Mexico. Our second weekend in Mexico was a bucket list item for me. I had the incredible opportunity to visit El Rosario Sanctuary and witness thousands of monarch butterflies that travel thousands of… Continue reading The Butterfly Effect | Monarch Butterflies of Mexico

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Paradise Found

I've written blogs before about disconnecting and detoxing from technology, I just didn't know I was in for that kind of vacation. Here's the scene, we'd finally reached our vacation days and were set to spend a few days in Yelapa, a remote beach town inaccessible by cars. We had booked our accommodations in an… Continue reading Paradise Found

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Staying Connected in Mexico

As most of you know, I'm on a two-month adventure in Mexico. So how do you prepare for a longer duration travel? How can you stay connected with your friends and family at home? Here are a few tips: Put your phone on Vacation Suspension: Before I set off on my 2 months out of… Continue reading Staying Connected in Mexico