Mérida, Yucatán

Mérida, Yucatán

Mérida is quickly becoming a top vacation and retirement destination in Mexico (for those with heat tolerance). In this post I will go through some of my favorite experiences in Mérida which should paint the appeal picture for the Yucatán’s capital city. One of...
Journey through Mayan Campeche

Journey through Mayan Campeche

Mexico is a big country that encompasses many different cultures. One of the reasons I was excited to spend some time in the Yucatán Peninsula, was to immerse myself in Mayan Culture     Calkini is statistically Mexico’s most Mayan town. This seemed...
Tenabo & Pomuch (Campeche, Mexico)

Tenabo & Pomuch (Campeche, Mexico)

The city of Campeche itself, in some ways, was more americanized than I was expecting. So I was curious to check out some of the small towns surrounding it to see if things would be more Campechano. The people of Campeche have a reputation for being very friendly and...
Campeche, Campeche

Campeche, Campeche

Campeche was the first place I was planning to spend a few months in, trying a new slower paced, more immersive style of travel. What I had read of the Campeche made me imagine a fairly quaint, well preserved town. When I arrived I can’t say I had the best first...
Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche

Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche

Although they both have beaches, Ciudad del Carmen (Campeche) is NOT Playa del Carmen (Quintana Roo). Tourists do not come here. Find out why in the video below     Ciudad del Carmen isn’t a beach bums dream vacation but it is a good place to get...