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Mexico City’s Neighborhoods – Roma, Condesa, and Polanco

Mexico City is the 4th largest city in the world, so obviously it can be daunting to decide which neighborhoods to visit. NomadList is a great resource for us because we can talk to people that live in (or have visited) the countries and cities we're interested in and get advice on where to go.… Continue reading Mexico City’s Neighborhoods – Roma, Condesa, and Polanco

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Releasing Baby Sea Turtles in Puerto Escondido

If you want to hear me squeal and say 'oh my God' a million times, put me around cute animals. It's exactly what happened when Rueben and I visited Vive Mar, a sea turtle sanctuary run by volunteers on Playa Bacocho, the large, quiet, westernmost beach in Puerto Escondido. The group drives up and down… Continue reading Releasing Baby Sea Turtles in Puerto Escondido

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The Benefits of Slow Travel

On Sunday, Rueben and I sat in a very busy Starbucks in the middle of Mexico City and enjoyed hearing nothing but Spanish while drinking our iced beverages. On Monday, we sat at another coffee shop, BlendStation, and listened to nothing but English speakers on conference calls while eating our sandwiches. inside BlendStation While we… Continue reading The Benefits of Slow Travel

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What I’ve Been Doing Lately – Planning, Packing, and More Planning

We haven't traveled anywhere recently (besides San Antonio, TX where we played tourist), but we have been planning a big move! Rueben and I have been talking about traveling since we first got together, almost two years ago. I've always looked forward to each trip I've taken, even if it was a weekend get away… Continue reading What I’ve Been Doing Lately – Planning, Packing, and More Planning

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Mexico City Part Two – Branching Out

After an interesting day at Centro Histórico and riding the city bus, Rueben decided we should take Uber from now on since they're the most trusted transportation in the city, they drop you off right at your location, and they're so affordable. The base price is $40.14 MXN, which is $2.02 USD, and our longest… Continue reading Mexico City Part Two – Branching Out