Jason’s bike ride through the sleepy Mexican town of Creel and animal-shaped valleys, past indigenous locals, and ending with shots of the powerful sotol.
[S]ixty two kilometers south of Merida is the Pre-Hispanic Town of Uxmal. According to UNESCO: The Mayan town of Uxmal, in Yucatán, was founded c. A.D. 700 and had some 25,000 inhabitants. The layout of the buildings, which date from between 700 and 1000, reveals a knowledge of astronomy. The Pyramid of the Soothsayer, as […]
The Pre-Hispanic City and National Park of Palenque is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in southern Mexico, which peaked in the 7th century AD.
Mexico’s Copper Canyon offers a variety of action sports including Tarzan jumps, mountain biking, ATV’ing, and ziplining, and it’s all accessible by train.
Discover all the fun things to do in Juarez, Mexico, in a first-hand account, experiencing high-flying, extreme sports, and strong Sotol drinks.
Half day Mayan village tours in San Cristobal de las Casas are a popular activity. Most tours visit San Juan Chamula and San Lorenzo Zinacantán.
Dave’s list of the top ten things to do in Oaxaca, Mexico includes visits to the Church of Santo Domingo and the nearby ruins of Monte Alban.
Oaxacan food is known for its cheese, chocolate, and rich spicy moles, Dave heads to Casa Oaxaca restaurant to try them all.
[B]odies were flying out of the ring left and right. Every time a masked wrestler hit the ground, the crowd cheered louder. Even though the entire match was choreographed for maximum entertainment value, these wrestlers had skills. A normal person wouldn’t be able to walk away from such aerial acrobatics. The trick to appreciating Lucha Libre, […]
The 2,000-year old Pre-Hispanic city of Teotihuacan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 30 miles outside of Mexico City.