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Shopping in Merida

April 11, 2014

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Shopping in Merida

Merida is one of those places that visitors just fall in love with. From the old historic town center to the surprisingly kind climate, something about Merida just speaks to the traveler’s soul. Oh, and then there’s the shopping – did I mention the shopping?

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Isla la Roqueta

April 4, 2014

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Roqueta Island

The Arugula Island! Yep, though this island is nothing but tropical and beachy, the name translates to mean the Arugula Island. And though you might be able to bring a salad with you, there are few fields of “rocket” to pick from on this small but fun island.

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Authentic Mexican Food in Cabo

March 21, 2014

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Mexican Food

Cabo San Lucas is a much celebrated escape from the ordinary. Here, people from far and wide come to celebrate sand, sunshine, and good, relaxing times. And while there are plenty of great things to do in Cabo, with so much built up around the experience, it can be hard to find some good, quality authentic eats. Luckily for you, I wrote this post (*wink).

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Isla la Roqueta

March 14, 2014

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Isla Roquetta

The Arugula Island! Yep, though this island is nothing but tropical and beachy, the name translates to mean the Arugula Island. And though you might be able to bring a salad with you, there are few fields of “rocket” to pick from on this small but fun island.

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Shopping in Merida

March 7, 2014

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Merida hammock couple

Merida is one of those places that visitors just fall in love with. From the old historic town center to the surprisingly kind climate, something about Merida just speaks to the traveler’s soul. Oh, and then there’s the shopping – did I mention the shopping?

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From Tequila to Tlaquepaque: the Highlights of Guadalajara By Tim Leffel

February 14, 2014

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Like a lot of second cities around the world, Guadalajara gets little of the attention paid to its better-known sibling, Mexico City. But if you start thinking of words you associate with Mexico, you’re probably thinking of something that originated in Guadalajara. Mariachi? Tequila? Sombrero? Mexican hat dance? This is the birthplace of all of […]

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