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Hombre de maíz

MEXICO | Tue, 18 Oct 2016 | By marisolcid | Views [421]

El denominado "Hombre de maíz" es un símbolo de hace apenas 8 años,  el cual tiene el fin de unir a los mercados públicos en la Ciudad de México. Es interesante ver como las personas comienzan a éste simbolo ... Read more >

Tags: black and white, markets, mercados, mexico, photografy, street


MEXICO | Wed, 1 Jun 2016 | By zuleikaconte | Views [381]

  If fashion blogs and instagram hadn’t entirely convinced me that I needed to drop everything and immediately go to Tulum, a new low-budget airline that has just started a direct Puerto Rico to Cancun route did. Given that where I live ... Read more >

Tags: beach, mexico, road-trip, tulum

Not from Guadalajara, Mexico?

MEXICO | Mon, 22 Feb 2016 | By common_routes | Views [412]

For those not from Guadalajara: 1: The cross walk in the middle of the streets does not mean pedestrains have the right of way. Cars always have the right of way, and they will hit you if you are in their way. In fact, think of the cross walk ... Read more >

Tags: guadalajara, mexico, tips, travel

Photos: Central America 2015

GUATEMALA | Mon, 7 Sep 2015 | By timmylodhi | Photo Gallery

Photos from an inspiring trip with my sister over the summer of 2015
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Tags: backpacking, belize, central america, colombia, costa rica, guatemala, honduras, mexico, nicaragua, panama

Oaxaca - mountainous surrounds, mole and mezcal

MEXICO | Tue, 30 Jun 2015 | By sheree | Views [625]

Cactus lined mountains appeared as the sun rose and eased the lack of sleep from the overnight bus ride.  We checked in to our hostel and had to wait a little bit for our rooms to be ready coz we arrived early. Another cool budget traveller ... Read more >

Tags: hot chocolate, mexico, mezcal, mole, mountains, oaxaca, streets, tapestry, tequila, tour

Merida and sleeping in the jungle in Palenque

MEXICO | Mon, 22 Jun 2015 | By sheree | Views [1181]

Merida  We checked in to our hostel in Merida which was a lot bigger than the one in Tulum. Very spacious, a large swimming pool, in a central location, the staff were very helpful and we had our own private room in this one for $30 for the ... Read more >

Tags: howler monkeys, jungle, markets, merida, mexico, palenque, ruins, waterfall

Cenotes, ruins by the beach and hippy vibes in Tulum

MEXICO | Mon, 22 Jun 2015 | By sheree | Views [557]

As soon as we arrived in Tulum, I breathed in deeply. It was a relief and I could tell I liked this place already! It had a real laid back, hippy vibe about the town and quite a few tourists/hippy travellers. We arrived in the morning and checked in ... Read more >

Tags: beach, bikes, cenote, hippy, mexico, ruins, seaweed, tulum

Stopover in Mexico City

MEXICO | Mon, 8 Jun 2015 | By sheree | Views [507]

We arrived in Mexico City after over 24hrs flying from leaving Sydney and no sleep. Getting off the plane I was pretty keen to get straight to our hostel. Without knowing much Spanish or where we were going we decided to pay a little extra for a cab ... Read more >

Tags: art, busy, city, frida, mexico, mexicocity, tacos

Mexico - Day 2 - Learning to celebrate

MEXICO | Wed, 4 Mar 2015 | By rheamihir | Views [653]

We woke up on our second day in Mexico, prepped and ready to begin filming. On the agenda for that day – Herbolaria Beto Ramon. Beto Ramon was a man much revered in the state of San Luis Potosi. A traditional healer by practice, Ramon was known ... Read more >

Tags: culture, dance, day of the dead, festival, food, india, mexico, road trip, travel, xantolo

Mexico - Day 1 - Esta donde bano el?

MEXICO | Wed, 4 Mar 2015 | By rheamihir | Views [756]

It takes a while to get to know a place and it’s people, and for us, that’s pretty much what the first day was about. We walked around the city of SLP taking in the buildings, the people, the smells and the mood. We watched as local schools ... Read more >

Tags: beer, dance, food, india, mexican, mexico, on the road, san luis potosi, travel

Mexico - Day 0 - On a new GoPro and some beer for breakfast

MEXICO | Wed, 4 Mar 2015 | By rheamihir | Views [674]

Picture this – Mihir is going through security, anxiously watching all the camera equipment - his most prized possessions - go through clearance. I am standing at the entrance to the airport, boarding pass ready in hand. Still further is my father, ... Read more >

Tags: day of the dead, film, india, mexico, road trip, san luis potosi, shoot, travel, world nomads film scholarship, xantolo

Photos: art in labour

MEXICO | Thu, 13 Nov 2014 | By artinlabour | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

This gallery is composed by photos taken in Mexico, mostly in Chiapas and in Mexico City. It shows people working. For their movements, for their passion, for their dignity, all of them express something that is more than a simple activity.
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Tags: 2014 travel photography scholarship, art, chiapas, job, labour, mexico, work

To work for $10 a day or not...

CANADA | Wed, 12 Nov 2014 | By shaunagayle | Views [367]

I was given the option to either Volunteer or work at this lovely hostel I stumbled upon in San Cristobal, Mexico. Volunteering consists of working 4 days a week at the reception, in exchange for food and accommodation (other volunteers have different ... Read more >

Tags: mexico, mountain towns, san cristobal, travelers mind frame, working abroad

Nesting in the Mountain

CANADA | Fri, 7 Nov 2014 | By shaunagayle | Views [382]

I found the perfect hostel! After trying out two different hostels and poking my head in about 25 different places, I finally found the place that I will call home while in San Cristobal. Ever heard of 'Work Away'? (workaway.com) Neither have I, until ... Read more >

Tags: mexico, san cristobal, working abroad

San Cristobal de las Casas

CANADA | Sun, 2 Nov 2014 | By shaunagayle | Views [418]

I am in a mountain town called San Cristobal de las Casas, in the Chiapas of Mexico. It is a small city of 250 000 people, elevated 1940m into the clouds surrounded by lush mountains. It is chilly up here! Every street is cobble stoned, with the tiniest ... Read more >

Tags: chiapas, mexico, mountain town, san cristobal

Everything you need to know about REAL Mexican food

MEXICO | Wed, 29 Oct 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [3195]

If you think Taco Bell is awesome Mexican food, chances are your nationality is other than Mexican and have never tried any authentic food while visiting Mexico. Taco Bell is an American company that tired of waiting for line cooks to heat up each ... Read more >

Tags: authentic, cooking, eating, food, mexican, mexico, taco bell, travel

How to party like a Mexican

MEXICO | Wed, 17 Sep 2014 | By travel-tips | Views [3651]

Anyone who has been living (and partying) abroad knows that your party expertise depends immensely on your framework of reference. Asians party different from Germans, and Germans party different from Mexicans. Having established this precious insight ... Read more >

Tags: how to, mexico, nightlife, party, salsa, tacos, travel

The Pink

MEXICO | Thu, 5 Jun 2014 | By katia | Views [379]

Got to take it easy. Everything is covered in sand. I like it. The floors to my bedroom are soft like the bordering shore line.  The windows are all made from fly wire so a breeze catches me at unexpected moments. The ceilings in the cabana are ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, isla holbox, island, mexico, sunsets

Photos: Passport & Plate - Cioppino: A Shark's Tale

UNITED KINGDOM | Thu, 13 Mar 2014 | By annekscott | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients: Fish (cleaned, filleted, deboned and cut into 2cm chunks), 200 grams Monkfish, 300 grams Gurnard, 200 grams squid (if using full size squid cut smaller chunks), 6-8 clams per person (throw away any open or broken clams Stock: 0.5 litres ... Read more >
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Tags: cioppino, clams, eel pie island, gurnard, italy, mexico, monkfish, san francisco sea of cortez, shark, squid

Hidden Beach. Playa del Amor. How to get there. Como chegar.

MEXICO | Fri, 24 Jan 2014 | By triphappens | Views [1038]

Estavamos em Puerto Vallarta. A Playa del Amor, ou Hidden Beach e bem perto. Se pode pagar todo tipo de preco e eles oferecem pacotes para ir a essa praia. E uma praia paradisiaca no meio do oceano. Lugar lindissimo, onde o Jacques Cousteau estudou um ... Read more >

Tags: barato, caverna, cheap, hidden beach, mexico, paradise, paraiso, playa del amor, praia

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