Last year I spent 14 days in Mexico. I wrote about my experiences in each city I visited but I never really explained the itinerary. I decided to take some time to leave some of the most practical details here. Also, hopefully it would be useful for solo female travellers, like myself, who would love … Continue reading My solo trip to Mexico – itinerary, transportation & accommodation
Two things to know about me. I am very, very impacient. I am never, never satisfied. This is a hell of a cocktail. It's not easy to keep up. Not for others, not even for myself. It is also a very lonely place to be in. Thankfully, being alone, travelling alone, doing anything alone has … Continue reading If not now, when?
Perhaps because I have lived most of my days near the sea (yes, I have been lucky) I have always felt a connection to it and all the living beings who make of it its home. As a child, when talking about pollution, my biggest worry has always been the oceans. The dolphins and the … Continue reading Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve and the 2nd largest reef barrier in the world
When I arrived to Mérida I thought I wouldn't go passed the bus station. The city was flooded. Heavy and sudden rains had transformed the streets and the roads in rivers. And while my bus drove through the waters, I could only think about my backpack stored in the luggage compartment and pray that the … Continue reading A short and hot visit to Mérida, México
Surrounded and literally digged out of the jungle of Chiapas, the ruins of Palenque are certainly an obligatory stop for any archaeological geek - it was one the most fantastic places I visited in Mexico and just think about the fact that it is estimated than only 10% of this ancient city has been "recovered". … Continue reading The spiritual experience of Palenque