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...
San Andrés Tuxtla, Veracruz

San Andrés Tuxtla, Veracruz

The area surrounding San Andrés Tuxtla is known for its natural attractions such as Catemaco Lake, home to monkeys, and the impressive Eyipantla Falls. But the city of San Andres Tuxtla is worth visiting in of itself as, during normal times, it regularly hosts open...
Alvarado & Tlacotalpan, Veracruz

Alvarado & Tlacotalpan, Veracruz

Even though Alvarado is a small town on Veracruz’s coast, it’s in no short supply of warm people who like to have fun. In fact, I was invited to a fiesta from some kind locals who had just gave me lunch. Find out what happened in the video below  ...
Heroica Veracruz, Mexico

Heroica Veracruz, Mexico

For being the closest beach town to Mexico city Veracruz is not often mentioned as being a spot for fun in the sun     I am no beach connoisseur, but I’ve heard that the reason that Veracruz doesn’t rank high among Mexican Beach cities is that...
Coatepec & Xico, Veracruz

Coatepec & Xico, Veracruz

Coatepec & Xico are two pueblo magicos (designated tourist towns) that can both be visited in a daytrip from Xalapa, Veracruz. This area was the first to start growing coffee in Mexico and continues to produce it to this day. I recommend enjoying some local coffee...
Xalapa, Veracruz

Xalapa, Veracruz

It was time for another adventure. International travel restrictions simplified the process of choosing where. Mexico! Not only because it was open with little to no restrictions but also because Mexico, my first Latin American country (3 years ago), has a special...