Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This week’s photo is of Muyil in the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve in the Riviera Maya. Taking our boat across the lagoon and navigating through mangrove surrounded canals, the last thing I expected was to see a Mayan temple. Hidden in lush jungle, we came across this small temple which consisted of ... Read More »
Natural beauty and ancient civilizations.
A place of ancient cultures with Mayan and Aztec influences, you could easily spend days visiting famous ruins around the country such as Chichen Itza or Teotihuacan. Surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and the Pacific Ocean, plus with pristine cenotes inland, you can enjoy a host of water activities under the warm sun.
Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels. This week’s photo is of the dramatic coastline of the Riviera Maya. Heading to explore the Mayan ruins in Tulum, we were greeted by grey clouds and a rugged coastline– no wonder they say these ruins are the prettiest because of their idyllic setting. As we ran down the rickety ... Read More »
You know, despite traveling all over the world, I’m honestly o ot much of an adventurer. Sure I may try eating the occasional weird thing or take part in an off-beat festival from time to time, but you’ll never see me bungee jumping or sky diving. No sir, not me, not ever! I’m the girl who’s afraid of riding the ... Read More »
I had never been to Mexico until this past September. Yup, that’s right. The one place where even all of my non-traveling friends had visited, I hadn’t. And you know why? Because Cancun had never interested me. I honestly probably wouldn’t have visited Cancun if it hadn’t been the destination for the annual travel blogger’s conference TBEX. Whenever I thought ... Read More »