The Gritty Guide to Surviving A New York City Trip

New York City is stunning, hectic, glamorous, dirty and overwhelming all at the same time. It’s known as a place only for the very rich or the very poor.. and you only need to spend a day in the metropolitan area to see that this is true. There’s an energy in the city that simply

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Mérida, Mexico- Uncover the Colorful Magic of Yucatán

Every now and again you’ll come across a destination that just feels right. It could be the architecture, the food or even the culture. But whatever it is, that comforting feeling makes this place a cornerstone in your mind. For us, that place is beautiful Mérida in Yucatán, Mexico. In the media we’re told that

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5 Reasons You Must Visit Mérida, Mexico

When we originally landed in Mexico, we had our hearts set on living in Playa Del Carmen. Without ever visiting before, we just knew we would find a gorgeous condo on the beach. We had dreams of eating delicious food and soaking up the Mexican culture, all while living on a budget. We couldn’t have

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La Casa Azul: The Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City

You don’t have to be an art aficionado to recognize the iconic works created by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Sure you can identify her bushy eyebrows, but do you know anything else about her story? From her artistic talents to the challenges she overcame, she continues to be an inspiring maven not just for her

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International Road Trip: Mexico To Belize

Who doesn’t love a good #ROAAAAADTRIP!? With delicious bags of unhealthy snacks, our cat Miles and endless road, we embarked on a road trip from Quintana Roo, Mexico to San Ignacio, Belize. We were worried about crossing the border, insurance requirements and road conditions. Luckily, we survived and are here to get you all the

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Explore San Ignacio, Belize: Full Travel Guide

Whenever we talk to travelers heading to Belize, the debate is always what part of the country to visit. For such a small country, there is a diverse range of experiences. There’s the gorgeous cayes (pronounced keys), the Mesoamerican Reef which is the world’s second largest barrier reef, jungle adventures and of course laid-back Caribbean

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