We’ve put together a list of our favourite towns and attractions that you should consider doing and visiting on your next trip to Mexico. While staying put in one place can be super relaxing, going on day trips can be a great way to see new places and scope out new vacation spots. We often discover hidden gems and future getaways while out on day trips.
Currently we travel about half the year- this frequency has definitely increased over the last couple of years, specifically after we both quit our full time jobs- before this we’d travel about two months out of the year with no trip lasting much more than three weeks at a time.
Figuring out how to use transportation in a foreign country can always seem a bit intimidating at first. When thinking of travelling by bus in Mexico and Central America, you likely picture small, packed, hot buses, with chickens running down the aisles and no AC. The ADO in Mexico is anything but that. We’ve put together this guide to the Mexican ADO bus system to help you navigate your way through Mexico in comfort.
Situated less than two hours from Cancun, Isla Holbox is a quiet, hidden gem of Mexico. Isla Holbox is specifically known for its stunning beaches where you can practically walk on the water because of its sandbars that stretch for miles. In the late summer and early fall, whale sharks migrate to nearby waters and many tours are offered.
Bocas Del Toro, Panama had been on our radar for awhile before we finally got there this year, so it always surprises us when people have never heard of it. However, we do realize it’s not particularly widely known about- so let us educate you a bit while giving you some great tips and suggestions on things to do, where to stay and what to eat in Bocas Del Toro!
Looking for where to stay in Curacao? Trying to find accomodation in any place can always be a little bit overwhelming. Especially on a large island with various regions to decide from. We stayed at quite a few hotels while on the island and have put together a list of places to stay in Curacao for any budget and style.
We recently spent a couple of weeks on the gorgeous tropical Caribbean island of Curaçao. Although we didn’t make it to all the beach clubs and beaches on the island, this is a list of where we went. Below you’ll find a roundup of our thoughts and opinions on the best beach clubs and beaches that we visited while on Curaçao! If you’re staying on the island, or just visiting for a day on a cruise, visiting the beach is definitely a great thing to do while in Curaçao!
If you’re like us, the last thing we think of when getting to a relatively remote island, far off the coast, is a water taxi. However, after researching the easiest, quickest, and least expensive way to get to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker, off the coast of Belize, we found the water taxi (ferry) was the best way. During our research we had a hard time finding out all the details about the process, length of travel, and details so here we are writing a post for you!