A list of top things to do in the Centro Histórico of Querétaro, Mexico
As I sit at my current Airbnb’s bistro table with a pillow under my butt to provide some semblance of a comfortable working space, I’m figuring out last minute logistics to get from my current city of Santiago de Querétaro to Ciudad de México. The bus will leave the next day and I’m excited toContinue reading “What I Love About Guanajuato”
We’ve been in Querétaro for a couple days now. Our routine has been fairly consistent – wake up later than we should, go out for lunch, come back to work for a little bit then, once our bellies begin singing in concert for more food, we venture back out into the city in look for dinner.Continue reading “Finding Lunch In Querétaro “
Your complete guide to shopping for fresh and delicious groceries in Mexico.
After spending a week in the beach town of Puerto Vallarta, I feel like I can make a fair judgement on the coastal city. It’s just not for me. While we were planning our travels through Mexico, we wanted to include a beach area somewhere in our travels. Touching three bodies of water – theContinue reading “Puerto Vallarta Just Isn’t For Me”
Oaxaca de Juárez, otherwise known as Oaxaca City, or simply Oaxaca is a city that’s around 33 square miles and home to nearly three-quarters of a million people. There’s no shortage of things to see or do, but if you’re pinched for time or want a great starting point to your visit, I can highlyContinue reading “Top 10 Things To Do In Oaxaca”
A guide to ordering coffee and the best cafes in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Check out the street art and sights of Oaxaca, Mexico
A shopping and food tour of Oaxaca’s best markets
Most visits to Oaxaca, Mexico will start in the Centro region. Home to the zócalo, it is a great place to learn the lay of the land and work your way outward from the city center into the farther stretching neighborhoods. Templo De Santo Domingo De Guzman Towards the northern end of the centro district,Continue reading “Exploring The Church, Museum, and Botanical History of Santo Domingo In Oaxaca.”