Finally we understood that our Sabbatical is nothing, but a big mistake. An old friend of mine pointed it out gracefully. He also shared a few reasons to avoid Mexico.
The biggest colonial town in Central Mexico is always sunny and inviting. Despite being very European, it is quintessentially Mexican.
Mexico is a wonderful country, but despite it’s unquestionable qualities, there are a few things we’d love to see changed.
The New Years Eve of our dreams – beach party, Ocean… contaminated sand, storm, floods and tons of garbage.
For many it’s just an ordinary, blue house. For others it’s the most sacred place in the heart of Mexico.
The first pre-Columbian ruins we’ve visited in Mexico guard secrets of their founders. Some of them, we were about to discover. Against our will…
Sir Edward James filled this garden with concrete sculptures and turned a piece of subtropical Mexican jungle into a surrealistic gallery.
First of all, we’re all safe and sound. Last few days have been challenging, but we’ve survived. Today, directly from a beautiful town of Puebla, I’d like to wish you all that your dreams come true in this New (and definitely not last) Year of 2012…! And by popular demand…