It is no secret that there is something very special about Oaxaca. The vibrant and colonial streets are a delight. Ponder the culture at Monte Alban, browse the fascinating food markets, feast on gourmet or sumptuous street food, enjoy a street festival and then the round off the evening in a Mezcal bar. IfContinue reading “Oaxaca”
Patzcuarao in Michoacán stae is the Mexico we had always read about. Bustling markets, great food and of course the incredible Mexican hospitality
Morelia is just one of those towns that we instantly took a liking to. All of Mexico is friendly, fun and exciting but this city seemed especially so.
Arriving into Guanajuato was an assault on the senses. We were greeted by a riot of colourful, colonial buildings tumbling down the hillsides so incredibly steep that they seemed to rest on top of each other.
Where in the world can you dance in the streets with trumpet playing students handing out free shots from a tequila toting donkey! Zacatecas! It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the northernmost of Mexico’s fabled silver towns.
What a city! Situated in a shallow mountain bowl, 2400m above sea level Mexico City, aka CDMX (Ciudad de Mexico) is one of the most dynamic, exciting and enticing cities we have ever visited- and there have been a quit a few!