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Sumidero Canyon: What You Need to Know

Sumidero Canyon is a pretty special place. I’ve been wanting to go here ever since I read about it on Jessica’s blog last year. Sumidero Canyon is actually the main reason I wanted to go to Chiapas in the first place. Sure, the Palenque Ruins are insanely beautiful, but this canyon stole the show for me. While the canyon is… View Post

A Guide to Visiting the Palenque Ruins

Palenque is a place I hadn’t even heard of two years ago when I moved to Mexico. I saw a photo of it last year at some point and I was determined to find it and visit those jungle-covered ruins. The Palenque ruins are incredibly easy and affordable to get to, but they’re also a great place to tack onto… View Post

Isla Grande, Colombia: An Island Escape Near Cartagena

When I was planning my trip to Cartagena, the Rosario Islands kept coming up in my searches. All of the photos looked absolutely stunning – the Caribbean waters, the natural beauty to see on each island, the snorkeling, and of course, all of the seafood. A lot of people do day trips from Cartagena with a tour company which basically… View Post

Mexico City vs. Guadalajara: Where Should You Go?

I’ve never been to Guadalajara and it’s been on my must-visit list since I got here almost two years ago. So, when Robert from Leave Your Daily Hell reached out to me about writing a guest post comparing my #1 girl Mexico City with Mexico’s second largest city, Guadalajara, I figured you guys would enjoy reading it! I also think… View Post

Best Boutique Hotels in Cartagena

There are so many boutique hotels in Cartagena, it can be hard to choose between them. After spending a few weeks doing some research,┬áthen a week exploring the city itself, I wanted to share my finding with you guys so that you can enjoy your stay as much as possible. Cartagena is split into a few different neighborhoods, but this… View Post

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