All posts under Mexico

Xilitla and onto Tucson

Xilitla and onto Tucson Foreword This is a lot of distance covered, and despite a day stop over in San Luis Potosí, the actual time stopped between Xilitla and onto Tucson was minimal. My feeling toward Mexico at this point was wearing thin and I couldn’t wait to be back[…]

Read More »

Xilitla

Edward James's Pozas

  I left Tolantongo after a great couple of nights, leaving at 9 am after a decent breakfast and packing up. GPS again giving me false readings telling me 4 hours to destination. Keep in mind the drive was just under 300km but through various mountain passes.  Up and down[…]

Read More »

Mexico City doing Easter with Friends

Standing outside the cathedral

Easter with Friends Apologies for my last post, it was rather a downer.   I wish to share with you that this travel malarkey isn’t all high adrenaline fun fun fun as the photos seem to be of pure enjoyment. After returning from my jaunt down to Guatemala and back,[…]

Read More »

Guatemala and Back to Mexico

Another very wet day in Oaxaca

“To Guatemala and Back” As you may well know, I’ve been in Mexico for a long time now, and to answer the oh-so-very old questions I keep being asked: “No, I haven’t fallen in love with a Mexican lady or the city”  and “No I’m not earning astronomical figures that[…]

Read More »

Mexican Christmas with Mum

I’m writing about my Mexican Christmas in April but dated January. Keep this in mind. 😛  Also, note this is a multiple (11) page blog post, the numbers at the bottom allow you to navigate to the following page. My Mexican Christmas A photo posted by Neil’s in…. (@neilsnaps) on Dec[…]

Read More »

Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City

Hi all, I’ve been in Mexico City for a couple of weeks now, and my plans for the rest of my travels have panned out a different way.  Let me first tell you how I came to be here and then I’ll talk about what’s next. Mazatlán Firstly, From Mazatlán (dying of[…]

Read More »

Mazatlán, Mexico

Camping by the Beach

I’ve made it to Mazatlán, Mexico.  The past few weeks have been incredibly trying for me in terms of morale.  I have been persevering through one of the hardest times of this trip yet, questioning myself at every step. I’ll try and keep that narrative away from what I’ve been[…]

Read More »