Posts Tagged: Mexico

Everything You Need to Know About Palenque
Spending nine months in Mexico and doing spots of travelling here and there, I often met travellers who had been to the Mayan ruins of Palenque, or ha...
Katie Uniacke
A Guide to Lanquin and Semuc Champey
Lanquin and the pools of Semuc Champey are, these days, very firmly on the classic gringo trail through Guatemala. Backpackers exploring this huge, tr...
Katie Uniacke
Surfer’s Paradise: Sayulita
If I had to choose my favourite spot in Mexico, it would be a close-run thing between Isla Holbox, off the Caribbean coast, and Sayulita, a multicolou...
Katie Uniacke
Isla Holbox: A Slice of Mexican Paradise
To the north of the Yucatan Peninsula, 2-3 hours from the hub of Cancun depending on how much you’re prepared to part with for the bus journey, lies...
Katie Uniacke
Quest For Paradise: Oaxaca’s best beaches
In southern Mexico, Oaxaca’s coastline is where perfect, palm-fringed beaches meet the Pacific Ocean. Oaxaca is not only beautiful, it also boasts a...
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10 Awesome things to explore in and around Oaxac...
Oaxaca City is a just 7-hour bus ride or a short flight south of the capital of Mexico and is a beautiful colonial city nestled in a valley. Famous f...
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Getting up close and personal with the Great Whi...
Whereas many breeds of Shark are restricted to one specific area, the Great White Shark knows no boundaries and has been spotted worldwide, swimming i...
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