Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula

May 6 – 24, 2016. This is our 9th and final post on Mexico. The Yucatan Peninsula is probably the best know Tourist destination in Mexico. Magnificent beaches with turquoise water, Mayan ruins, night life, world class Hotels and Resorts, Naturals Wonders, Colonial Cities, diving and snorkeling … no wonder it is so popular. The YucatanContinue reading “Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula”

Mexico, Chiapas

April 24 – May 6, 2016. Chiapas is the Southern Mexican Sate bordering Guatemala. Mountains, Rainforests, Mayan Archeological sites, Indigenous Culture, Waterfalls, Rivers with clear blue water, Lakes, Canyons, colonial towns… Chiapas has it all if you appreciate nature and culture! El Aguacero (downpour) Our first stop in Chiapas was the Centro Ecoturistico Cascada ElContinue reading “Mexico, Chiapas”

Mexico, Oaxaca

April 16 – 24, 2016. Oaxaca is a Mexican State located in the Southwest. It is becoming more and more popular with travelers because of the many great attractions it offers. Indigenous cultures, colonial towns, archeological and natural sites, savory cuisine, vibrant arts & craft scene, history, Spanish and cooking schools, great beaches with worldContinue reading “Mexico, Oaxaca”

Mexico, Veracruz and Puebla

April 11 – 16, 2016. Casitas, Veracruz We left Teotihuacan to go meet our friends Kevin and Dani (British/Swiss couple who have been on the road in Europe and Africa for many years) in the small coastal town of Casitas near Nautla in the State of Veracruz. We had spent time with them in Baja so itContinue reading “Mexico, Veracruz and Puebla”

Mexico City and around

March 31 – April 11, 2016. After a wonderful week in San Miguel de Allende, we headed South to San Juan Teotihuacan located about an hours drive before Mexico City, to visit the Mayan Pyramids of the Sun and of the Moon. We then left our rig securely parked at the Teotihuacan Trailer Park and took the busContinue reading “Mexico City and around”

Mexico, Guanajuato

March 20 – 31, 2016. Our next stop after the state of Jalisco, was the state of Guanajuato where we spent time in the town of Guanajuato (same name as the state), a brief stop in Dolores Hidalgo and a week in San Miguel de Allende where we visited a friend. Guanajuato The Unesco World Heritage cityContinue reading “Mexico, Guanajuato”

Mexico, Jalisco

February 25 – March 20, 2016. After celebrating our birthdays in the resort town of Puerto Vallarta we drove through the mountains and crossed into the state of Jalisco on February 25, 2016. When we started planning our trip to Mexico we contacted our friend John who is originally from Scotland but has been living inContinue reading “Mexico, Jalisco”

Mexico, Sinaloa and Chihuahua

February 3 – 12, 2016. Mazatlan or Topolobampo? After more than 2 months into the Baja, we arrived on Mexico’s mainland on February 3rd, 2016 via the TMC ferry from La Paz. For 2 adults and our truck camper the cost was $4,230 Mexican pesos ($235 USD). After much discussion and research we decided to goContinue reading “Mexico, Sinaloa and Chihuahua”

Mexico, Baja California

November 28, 2015 – February 2, 2016. We entered Mexico via California through the border town of Tecate in Baja California 2  days after Thanksgiving on November 28, 2015. Our Baja adventures ended up lasting more than two months. Before crossing we had agreed to meet another couple of Overlanders who were heading South at theContinue reading “Mexico, Baja California”