Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Venice of Mexico, Xochimilco!

  A short bus ride from downtown Mexico City and we were in the borough of Xochimilco, a colorful neighborhood connected by winding canals. The sun was shining and the weather was sweet. With michelada (spicy Mexican beer cocktail) in hand we boarded our colorful trajinera (canoe) and pushed off. Hundreds of boats with flowery painted images […]

Viva Mexico!

Where to begin? Mexico is an amazing and vast place. It far exceeded my expectations in every way possible. The food, culture, architecture, religion, history, dance, politics, art, and geography were above and beyond. It was love at first site. From the moment we stepped off the plane we hit the ground running. Starting in Mexico City or […]