We love staying with people, who live in the areas we are travelling in. It gives us the change to make new friendships and explore the area with a local perspective. It was a first for us living with a Mexican family. Garry is originally from Great Britain, but after
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Garry recommended a day trip to the ruin of Xochicalco, but first I had to get better! I was feeling horrible and exhausted when we got to Garry’s house. I had all ready been sick the last three days in Valle de Bravo, my body was hurting and I was
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So now you have been reading other people blog or maybe you just saw Evan McGregor in TV. Now you have the travel bug and want to start planning your own trip.. But how do you get started? Well there are many really good websites where you can get ALL
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It was late before we finally could see “Nevado de Toluca”. The Volcano is in 4200 meters, so we had to stop and put more clothes on because of declining temperatures. Almost at the campground the GPS showed 13,487 feet/4110 meters (right picture).   I had been sick the last
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In this post you can read more about driving, navigating and toll road here in Mexico. The post covers our own experience during our 3 mounts of traveling through Mexico. Here is an overview of the post: Toll roads Driving in Mexico Driving in Mexico City (c.d. Mexico) Filling up
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This is our last tourist stop on our way to Valle de bravo. The waterfall “Cascada de Tamul” is 105 meters tall and plunges into a different river “Rio Santa Maria”. It is the highest waterfall in the state of San Luis Potosi and one of the most beautiful in
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