Well it’s been over a month since I touched down in Mexico City, marking the start of my journey. I’ve accomplished quite a bit in terms of experiencing new places, meeting new people, slowly coming to grips with the Spanish … Read all about it!
The more I spoke to the locals here I could feel a burning sense of pride that they had for their culture. Back in the day, when the Spanish conquistadors crashed the party, the indigenous population preferred to suicide rather … Read all about it!
Getting to Puerto Escondido from Oaxaca City, we had the option of taking a 10 hour bus ride that left late at night and arrive in the morning or take a cheaper local mini van that left every hour and … Read all about it!
I was feeling quite exhausted after Mexico city. It may have had something to do with the combination of jetlag, trying to cram way too much into the week as well as the copious amounts of cerveze (beer), mezcal and … Read all about it!
It’s been one week since leaving Oz now and Mexico has not disappointed. I have met some awesome people, seen some amazing things and of course, eaten some weird and wonderful meals. If there was any apprehension about the trip … Read all about it!
Today we went to the Museum of Anthropology. It is a huge museum that houses pretty much every archeological and anthropological relics from the pre Aztec and Mayan period. Pictured is the el paraguas (concrete umbrella) which is based at … Read all about it!
We went out to Teotihuacan (promounced teo-tee-wha-khan) today, just an hours drive by bus from the central bus terminal. It’s an old city that was first established 100 B.C. It’s made up of a number of temples and pyramids. Pictured … Read all about it!