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Travel Mexico

Travel Mexico
Mexico, a UNESCO World Heritage destination
Travelling by bus in Mexico

Mexico City

Visiting Mexico City? Here’s my guide
National Palace botanical garden

South of Mexico CitySouth of Mexico City

How I travelled to colonial towns south of Mexico City by bus

CuernavacaSouth of Mexico City
Why Cuernavaca disappoints
Robert Brady’s house and garden

William Spratling and the silver city

Oaxaca City—Mexico at its best
Oaxaca’s Ethnobotanical Garden
A just about perfect B&B

Puebla—the ‘perfect’ colonial city
The art of making Talavera pottery
Trying to be a foodie in Puebla

North of Mexico CityNorth of Mexico City

How I travelled to colonial towns north of Mexico City by bus (coming soon)

MoreliaNorth of Mexico City
The amazing journey of the Monarch butterflies
Jesús Lopez, my driver to the monarch butterflies

A Spanish bishop and his influence on this indigenous community
A hippie-artist who owns a B&B in Patzcuaro

Beyond Guadalajara: Tonala and Ajijic, (coming soon)

Colonial gem and museum city

Lively and cultural Guanajuato
San Gabriel de Barrera Garden, Guanajuato
Is Guanajuato in the shadow of San Miguel?

San Miguel de Allende
San Miguel de Allende, a great place for women
How Stirling Dickinson shaped this artists’ colony
El Charco del Ingenio Botanical Garden
Casa de Las Ranas, the ‘happiest house in San Miguel’

Yucatan Peninsula

Yucatan Peninsula

How I travelled around the Yucatan by busYucatan
Merida, a great place to spend the winter
Returning to the Isle of Women, Isla Mujeres
The surprising Celestun Biosphere Reserve
The Maya people of the Yucatan

Chiapas (update coming soon)
San Cristobal de las Casas, nestled in the heart of Chiapas
Palenque, a major power in the Mayan world

Pacific Coast
A family vacation on Mexico’s Pacific Coast
A scooter on cobblestones in Bucerías
Puerto Vallarta, a place to stay awhile

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