A Mexican Food Fiesta!

A Mexican Food Fiesta!

I can't believe it's been just over a year since I returned from Mexico! Time really does fly. Lately I've been really missing the all the delicious Mexican food. I've shared quite a lot of stories about our travels in Mexico but today I wanted to do a Mexican food round up. We could call it a Continue reading

Top 10 Things to do in Mexico

Top 10 Things to do in Mexico

After a recent trip to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico I have put together a list of my top 10 things to do in Mexico if your holidaying on the Mayan riviera. Honestly, there are so many things so do in this area you'll want to make sure you allow enough time to get through everything on my list, Continue reading

Tequila Vs Mezcal What’s the Difference?

Tequila Vs Mezcal What’s the Difference?

Tequila Vs Mezcal What's the Difference? One of the "must do" items on our Mexican agenda was to take part in a Tequila tasting. I was really interested to learn the difference between a high quality Tequila and one that would give me a pounding headache the next day. I was also a little worried Continue reading

Mexican Ceviche Recipe

Mexican Ceviche Recipe

Before we arrived in Mexico I never imagined I would be eating ceviche seafood! Ceviche is not a dish I had previously associated with Mexican food.  It seems I was deliciously mistaken. We are visiting the Yucatan region of Mexico.  The map above is terribly unclear but Yucatan Continue reading

Caribe Mexicano – Tulum Mexico

Caribe Mexicano – Tulum Mexico

There is more to Tulum than just the Mayan Ruins. There are three distinct districts called "Tulum." Tulum Pueblo is the town you pass through on the way to the ruins. It is about 3kms from the Tulum Ruins and it's worth stopping for a look around. We loved our tour of Tulum (the Mayan Ruins) but Continue reading

Visiting Ancient Mayan Ruins Tulum Mexico

Visiting Ancient Mayan Ruins Tulum Mexico

I have to admit I was a bit blasé about seeing Mayan ruins prior to arriving in Mexico.  Looking at all the brochures, tour operators and advertised bus trips made me feel like we would be walking into a sterile tourist trap. I wasn't sure it would even be a cultural experience.  So I have to thank Continue reading

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