I'm finally getting around to doing a food post from Mexico, two weeks after I got back home. I got a ton of questions like "is the food good" and "have you eaten a lot of tacos", and now as I'm hungry at home, I decided it's time to talk about the foods I had the pleasure of devouring in Mexico.
I think having expectations and assumptions about people and places is only normal human behaviour essential for our survival, and I don’t consider that as a negative if one is willing to be open minded and ready to change their views when better evidence is presented. Travelling half
When ever one travels, takes a holiday to explore a new place, we tend to depict only the beautiful and delightful parts in our stories and pictures. It is easy to look over the uglier parts of the country when you are having the time of your life, living like a king on your holiday.
I have no misc
Tinder and Instagram bio of every fucking millennial:
Live to travel
Good vibes only
Give me a fucking break you boring sluts, is there anything original about you, other than your dental records? But let’s not get sidetracked, I’m here to talk a
I had a funny incident in Cholula when I went to order food from a cool looking artisan pizza place. I walked in and of course someone greeted me in Spanish. I said Hola! and then continued to say that I don’t speak Spanish, do you speak English, which caused the waiter to grab onto another one and
I’ve been in Mexico for almost two weeks now, and while I am excited and like a lot of things, I have also come across a few issues I have here.
Without further ado, here are five things I don’t like about Mexico:
It’s cold inside
While you are turning green because I’m on a holiday in Mexico, I’
A cenote (English: /sɪˈnoʊti/ or /sɛˈnoʊteɪ/; American Spanish: [seˈnote]) is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Especially associated with the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient May
Night time photography (read: drunken photography in the AM hours) in Playa del Carmen on a Sunday night. I know this is a tourist destination, but I was surprised to see how lively the bar streets are even on a Sunday.
I had a looooong nap yesterday afternoon and wanted to go out after so I wouldn