Cinco de Mayo: 5 Myths and Facts to marvel you

Do you celebrate Cinco de Mayo year after year without knowing its true meaning? These 5 Myths will surely leave you thinking.

May 4th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

Tiwanaku: A mysterious Bolivian civilization

Of all the ancient Bolivian civilizations, Tiwanaku is the most mysterious one by far. Come and unearth its mysteries with me!

May 3rd, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

The Cost of Living in Cancun, Mexico. Prepare to be surprised!

What is the cost of living in Cancun? Learn how I'm living for less than 500 USD a month!

May 2nd, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

Xochimilco: A day trip of boats and tacos

Embark on a Xochimilco day trip with me and let's explore the colorful canals of Mexico!

April 25th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

How to legally overstay in Argentina!

Is your Argentinian tourist visa expiring soon? Read this guide to legally overstay in Argentina and sort it out immediately!

April 24th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

The Birdman Cult: Easter Eggs at Easter Island

In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, you will find an island like no other in the world. Considered as the most isolated place on Earth, Easter Island has some of the most fascinating mysteries in the history of human kind. One of the biggest one is the mystery of the Birdman Cult, a mythology [...]

April 19th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

A day trip to Taxco, Pueblo Mágico

Taxco was my first encounter with the colonial era of Mexico. I remember visiting in my childhood and being fascinated by the architecture, the slow pace of life, the silver handicraft, the white color of all the buildings and of course, the many colorful piñatas that adorn the streets of this magical town (Pueblo Mágico). [...]

April 7th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

The Uxmal Light and Sound Show: Is it worth it?

Are you a big fan of Light and Sound shows? I've been to many of them in my life as a traveler and yes, some (most?) of them are extremely tacky and can easily bore you after the first 10 minutes while others truly captivate you with their elaborate projections and the unique way they [...]

March 27th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

Celebrating the Spring Equinox at Chichen-Itza

When the clock hit 16:00, my hopes and dreams began to dwindle. The clouds looming above our heads were a signal that we wouldn't be able to enjoy the Spring Equinox at Chichén-Itzá (friendly called Chicken Pizza by some foreign visitors), something that I have been looking forward for some years now. As I looked [...]

March 22nd, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

What is a Cenote? Adventures at the Mayan Riviera!

As I made my way to the Yucatan peninsula in order to behold the Spring Equinox at Chichén-Itzá, I decided to stop yesterday at the colonial city of Valladolid, one of Mexico's Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Towns) and take a swim at the Cenotes. At the what? At the Cenotes...don't know what a Cenote is? A [...]

March 20th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

Monte Alban and the Pyramid that rises above the clouds

Of all the Mexican archeological sites that exist, the pyramid complex found at Monte Alban is very unique in the sense that this is the only pyramid of Mexico that is located on a high plateau 400 meters above the valley, meant to defend the city against the threats of the invaders. Unlike the other [...]

March 19th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |

The Top 7 Archeological Sites of Mexico

As a fan of archeology and cultural attractions, I find it kind of sad that most people who visit Mexico will only get to see the pristine beaches of the Caribbean and, if they're not too hangover, the Mayan ruins of Tulum and Chichen-Itza. Yes, most visitors will only have one week or two and, [...]

March 17th, 2014|Categories: Latin America Travel|Tags: |