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Tulum Ruins: One of the Last Maya Sites

Tulum Ruins: One of the Last Maya Sites

In 2018 the spectacular ruins of Tulum became the second most visited archeological site in Mexico surpassing Chichén Itzá. Over seventy-five perc...
Maguey: A Sacred Plant in the City of the Gods

Maguey: A Sacred Plant in the City of the Gods

Maguey is a native agave to Mexico and the American Southwest. American agave or Agave americana has migrated the globe via the hands of explorers,...
How to Glimpse the Ancient Aztec Empire In Modern Mexico City

How to Glimpse the Ancient Aztec Empire In Modern Mexico City

Mexico City is one of the largest urban centers in the world covering 573 square miles in the Valley of Mexico. Today's bustling metropolis geologi...
Todos Santos: Eclectic Artist Colony & Baja Fishing Village

Todos Santos: Eclectic Artist Colony & Baja Fishing Village

When I was 19 years old, I crossed the border into Tijuana, Baja California for the first time on a surf trip. Young and Invincible but aware of th...
Swim with Sea Lions at Cabo Pulmo Marine Park

Swim with Sea Lions at Cabo Pulmo Marine Park

Summer vacation is rapidly approaching. Sunshine, water, and relaxation are on most people's To Do list. One of my personal favorite beachside dest...
Tequila: the Mexican Spirit

Tequila: the Mexican Spirit

Tequila Tasting in Puerto Vallarta with Aimee Pellet Cinco de Mayo is upon us when Mexicans celebrate the 1862 underdog victory against the French,...