A quaint colonial town in the Yucatan state of Mexico. A cute and charming place to visit more than once.
A great spot for swimming in cenotes, wandering the colourful streets and passing time in the prettiest zocalo in Mexico.
As we travelled around México, we found ourselves house & pet sitting in Playa del Carmen. We were lucky enough to be caring for two super cute Yorkies on this particular sit, Paco and Chili. While we’re house sitting, we get in lots of cuddles with fur babies and some tourist time. 🙂 A perfectContinue reading “Cenote Cristalino – A Cool Oasis In A Jungle Setting”
Chetumal, the capital city of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. And our housesitting travels saw us arriving here in June, one of the hottest months of the year. Note to self – pick your locations wisely when travelling anywhere throughout México in the summer. The heat hits hard in this country! Chetumal is locatedContinue reading “Chetumal, México – The Gateway To Bacalar Lagoon”
Just a hop skip and a jump away from Chetumal is a little piece of paradise called Bacalar. Also known as Lagoon of Seven Colours; that’s how many shades of blue you can see when the sun shines on it. All we could say is…. WOW! We had picked up a one month House andContinue reading “Bacalar Lagoons, México – Seven shades of Blue”
Tuxla Gutiérrez (Tuxla) is the capital of the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. A short drive from Tuxla is Chiapa de Corzo, a Pueblo Magico town and the starting point for a river cruise through Cañon del Sumidero! The canyon is a most impressive natural attraction, formed some 40 million years ago by a geologicalContinue reading “Cañon Del Sumidero – Magnificent Mother Nature”
PUERTO ESCONDIDO BEACHES: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW In Spanish, Puerto Escondido means ‘hidden port’. Located on the Pacific Coast of southern Mexico, Puerto (as the locals call it) is exactly that. Its home to around 50,000 people and some of the best beaches in Mexico! The tropical paradise has something for everyone, surfies, hippies,Continue reading “Puerto Escondido Beaches – All You Need To Know”