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Your Guide to the Epic Mayan Ruins of Coba
Mexico

Your Guide to the Epic Mayan Ruins of Coba

The Mayan ruins of Coba are some of the most spectacular and underrated ruins in the Yucatán. While many travelers include Chichen Itza and Tulum in their itinerary, Coba is frequently bypassed. Even with that, Coba can still get on the crowded side. Coba is unique in the fact that […]

Zamas Resort: How to Find Beachfront Bliss
Mexico

Zamas Resort: How to Find Beachfront Bliss

Looking back on six weeks in Tulum, Mexico we have a lot of great memories. One of the highlights of our visit was our stay at Zamas Beachfront Resort. We were invited for a complimentary stay in an ocean-front bungalow. Below is a recap of what we experienced at Zamas […]

Coming Back is the Most Difficult Part of the Journey
Travel Tips

Coming Back is the Most Difficult Part of the Journey

Six Weeks in Mexico, Wow! Now that we’ve been home exactly 10 days I can tell you, staying positive at the end of a trip is harder than ever. All I’ve ever wanted to do my entire life is travel and see the world. Now that I’m doing that, now […]

A Disappointing Day at the Grand Chichen Itza
Mexico

A Disappointing Day at the Grand Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza, studied it, read about it, taught it to my 9th graders for two years. I take no great joy in saying it was the most disappointing of all of our visits to Mayan ruins. Sure the pyramid is impressive, but the site is grossly over-hyped. The hype is […]

How to Stay Positive at the End of a Trip
Mexico, Travel Tips

How to Stay Positive at the End of a Trip

This trip to Mexico has changed our lives. We’ve discovered a few important facts during our month in paradise: We don’t need much to be happy. Anyone can travel. There’s more to life than accumulating “things.” Every day isn’t going to be perfect. The only constant is change. Something strange happens […]

Tulum Ruins: How to Have an Awesome Visit
Mexico

Tulum Ruins: How to Have an Awesome Visit

  The Tulum Ruins They’re amazing, and definitely worth the visit. The Tulum ruins are second in number of visits only to the ruins outside of Teotihuacan, Mexico. Hoards of tourists from Cancun and Playa del Carmen descend on the archaeological ruins in Tulum every day. By noon the site […]