We were staying in St Cristobal de las Casas when we were given the opportunity to visit two indigenous cities which have merged local customs to the Spanish/Catholic traditions that had been brought over from Spain. These cities live independently, practicing their own law that stills falls under Mexican Legislation. Lets start with San Juan … More San Juan de Chamula & Zinacantan
We had finally arrived in Palenque, at the quaintest treehouse style resort. The huts were made of stone and the roofs of palm tree leaves. The beds were huge and looked so comfortable and there was a pool too. It had been a long 8 hour drive and we were all excited to just relax … More Sleepless scorpions! – Tales of Travel gone wrong
Another day, another memory of Mexico to come and make me miss travelling! I have always loved waterfalls and wanted to swim in one, the power of the water cascading down the mountain sides, takes my breath away. Roberto Barrios did not disappoint in delivering all my waterfall fantasies. With several pools formed on what … More Roberto Barrios Waterfall #MexicanSeries
Sometimes in your travels you pass by some places that are just random pit stops along the way. St Cristobal de las Casas was one of those places. We were here for just 24 hours, and we had a hotel and that was it! From here we took several tours to other places and discover … More Visiting St Cristobal de las Casas
Life is hard! Have you ever questioned why you can’t be the person to drop everything and live off the ‘fatta the land’? (Yes Of Mice and Men!) I love travelling, it is the reason I get up every morning and get excited, is for the prospect of escaping somewhere – book, theatre, concert or … More To Travel or Not to Travel that is the ?