A Guide to The Best Cenotes in Tulum

diving dos ojos

The Yucatan Peninsula has thousands of cenotes and Tulum has some of the best. They are underground freshwater caves formed by limestone. The cool part is all of the cenotes are the same temperature because they are all connected underground […]

Popotla: Baja’s Secret Fishing Village

We love visiting Baja any chance we can get. Aside from the lovely people and the language learning opportunities, our favorite part = the food! Mexican seafood is probably our favorite genre of food and Baja has the best. We […]

6 Reasons to Travel to Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres often gets overlooked when people plan their Quintana Roo vacations, however this 4 mile long island is a fabulous destination within itself! Isla is a short ferry ride from Cancun, but a world apart. Most people come over […]

Tulum 2.0

Sunset from Mateos in Tulum

It had been 7 months since we last visited Tulum and we were dying to get back so since I had a week off work and Grant works mostly from home we packed our bags and headed to Riviera Maya […]

Not Yo Mama’s Tijuana

Telefonica Gastro Park

Last Saturday we didn’t have any plans (a rare occasion) and since we are blessed with our proximity to an international border, Grant and I  decided to head over to Mexico for the afternoon to practice some Spanish. We’ve visited […]

Tulum, Mexico’s Best Kept Secret…Until Now

Grant and I LOVE Mexico! We’ve been at least a dozen times and we cannot get enough! The food, the people, the language, the landscape; it is all sublime. But this past weekend we died and went to Mexico heaven […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Baja

When we first moved to San Diego we were excited to visit our neighbors to the south. After talking with a few locals that painted a rather gloomy picture of Baja we decided to give it a try for ourselves. […]