The Coastal Ruins of Tulum

“Tulum is a small town on the east coast of Mexico and home to a 13th century set of Mayan Ruins which were built right on the beach, with this spectacular backdrop it provides a beautiful contrast of colours; with the rocky greys and yellows of the ruins, you then have the white sand, turquoise…

The Streets of Oaxaca

“Back in the city we had fun exploring the streets and checking out the colonial architecture, we wandered around markets and sampled different varieties of street food and discovered that Oaxaca is one of the culinary capitals of Mexico” View my latest blog on Mexico for more. Exploring the streets of Oaxaca City, an awesome…

Mexico: Mayan Ruins, Mezcal, and Surfing

After completing the 1400 mile coastal drive along America’s Highway 101, it was time for me to leave behind the familiar settings of the U.S.A and venture into the unknown lands of Latin America. My flight out of San Diego was bound for the Mexican capital, Mexico City, home to more than 20 million people, most of whom will have limited or no English so this would certainly be a challenge, but being outside of your comfort zone is what travelling is all about and I had racked up a fair few hours on Duolingo (an app for learning new languages) so was ready to get stuck in. Bienvenido a Mexico!