About 45 minutes from the second largest city in Mexico are the Guachimontones Pyramids and appear to not be getting much attention at all. In 2008 the archaeological site was put on the World Monuments Watch list of 100 Most Endangered Sites due … Read the rest
We check into our hotel and as we go outside to explore the city to grab a bite a eat, the city welcomes us with a festival. These are the kind of events that makes traveling so great. They are … Read the rest
There has been a lot of surfing competitions in Sayulita since I got here in October. March 7th – 9th was the 5th Annual Punta Sayulita Long Board & Stand-Up Classic.
In Mexico the dead are celebrated. So from October 31th till November 2nd, Mexico celebrates by praying and gathering to remember those that have died.
We’re moving to Mexico for 6 months starting in October. We’re going to Puerto Vallarta and scouting for either a house or an apartment around the area.
When will the world end? Is there an apocalypse coming? Did the Mayan’s get it right, somehow, from their vantage point on the verge of the prehistoric age? On Friday, December 21st, at 6:11 PM, are the poles going to fling themselves into a magnetic reversal? Will a huge solar prominence suddenly lash out and drop us all like flies? Will the New World Order emerge? Will the phantom planet Nilbir sudden collide with the Earth, or is something really surprising going to happen?