Where to Stay in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico: La Betulia Bed and Breakfast

After spending a week exploring the marvel of Mexico City, it was time to venture south and we chose to get a bus down to the city of Oaxaca de Juarez first. Having spent 7 nights in the wonderful Casa San Ildefonso in Mexico’s capital, we hoped to find somewhere just as cosy and relaxing Read more about Where to Stay in Oaxaca de Juarez, Mexico: La Betulia Bed and Breakfast[…]

Touring Monte Alban: A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mexico

When you have travelled for years on end through more “lost cities” than you can think of (Sigiriya, Machu Picchu, Teotihuacan etc.) the idea of yet another one might sound like more of the same. However Monte Alban was a pleasant surprise. Situated on a mountain top only a half hour drive from Oaxaca de Read more about Touring Monte Alban: A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mexico[…]

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Loving the Relaxing Charm of Casa San Ildefonso: The Best Place to Stay in Mexico City, Mexico

As backpackers we stay in more hostels than we can remember, we change beds more often than underwear and yet deep down there is only one thing that really matters – happiness wherever you are. Imagine my delight when after 2-3 days of travel on buses, friend’s flats, flights and airport floors when we landed in Read more about Loving the Relaxing Charm of Casa San Ildefonso: The Best Place to Stay in Mexico City, Mexico[…]

Monday’s Money Saving Tips: Free Nachos in the Cantinas and Bars in Mexico City, Mexico

It’s been a while since I did a money saving tip on a Monday and while there are a lot more up my sleeve I felt I’d type this one up while I’m actually in Mexico City! Firstly Mexico City has blown me away. I’m amazed and overwhelmed by this beast which oozes more life Read more about Monday’s Money Saving Tips: Free Nachos in the Cantinas and Bars in Mexico City, Mexico[…]

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