Where will you be on New Year’s Eve when the bells toll and fireworks explode across skies around the world?
Are you tired of the same old cocktail gatherings or get-together’s in someone’s living room? New Year’s Eve is a time for wild parties, musical…Continue
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How would you describe your paradise?
Everyone has an idea of what paradise is. Many people might say that their paradise is “lazing around on white sandy beach, “swimming in warm turquoise waters”, or “sipping an ice cold drink under the shade of a palm tree”. How would you describe your paradise? A day trip to Akumal will offer you this and much, much more - from the once in…Continue
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When you think about what paradise is, you should visit Tulum.
After having traveled to Playa del Carmen for many years in a wor, I knew very little about Tulum, an archeologial site only 1 hour from Playa. I was always tempted to learn what…Continue
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This article is out there in the World Wide Web to let the people who are crawling around this mammoth net know that the website, MexicoCityVibes.com, is officially live.
The Idea of the Site
MexicoCityVibes.com is essentially a travel guide. The author (me!) is currently living in Mexico City and so is regularly updating the website with his findings. He hopes to investigate every nook and cranny in order to create a resource of useful information that…Continue
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I recently watched the movie Eat Pray Love with Julia Roberts and though I didn’t read the book first, I still want to. The books are always better with more detail and I love the personal character connection I feel. So anyways, the next day I was looking though some of our past travel photos from Mexico City and as I was scanning through them I though “Eat Pray Love Mexico City”.
I remember the first vacation we took with my daughter. She was 15 months old, walking and climbing with no capacity to sit still. She also had no teeth yet and no interest in mushy baby food.
I wondered how I would get through a nearly five-hour plane ride to Mexico with her squirming on my lap and I worried about how I easily I would find food that I trusted that she would eat. I packed my suitcase with cereal bars, Cheerios and microwaveable mac & cheese while…Continue
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We had a really quick visit to a mezcal ‘factory’ in Oaxaca to learn more about this popular Mexican drink. Since mezcal cannot be mass produced and must be made via traditional processes, the ‘factories’ are usually…Continue
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America’s Gypsy takes audiences on a journey through multi-cultural America, often stepping back in time and creating short escapes within U.S. borders. This time, she explores the Riviera of Texas - San Antonio.
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The celebration of Cinco de Mayo originated in the central Mexican state of Puebla, when the Mexican army unexpectedly defeated the Spanish in the mid 1800’s. Over the past 2 hundred years, Cinco de Mayo has become less a celebration of military victory, and more just a celebration of Mexican pride and culture. Now that the history lesson is over, pull out your sombreros and tequila… Continue