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Chillin in Mahahual


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Mahahual Mexico

Our Amigoes Of Mahahual

By on November 3, 2016

Credit, thanks and acknowledgements in order of appearance go to the following cast of colourful, and sometimes crazy characters we met on our wonderful three week stay in Mahahual, Mexico.

The large extended Spanish family going on holidays that were on the ADO mini…

Woman selling at stall, Divisadero, Mexico


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Divisadero Mexico Snapshots

Dizzy heights in Divisadero

By on October 20, 2016

On the El Chepe rail line from Los Mochis to Chihuahua you will stop at Divisadero. Here you will find the local Tarahumara Indian women (known as omugi) selling their wares, baskets and bowls made from local grasses, jewellery and scarves/pashminas all brightly coloured…

Tarahumara Indian Woman in the Copper Canyon, Creel , Mexico


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Creel Mexico Snapshots

Reclusive Tribes Of The Copper Canyon

By on October 20, 2016

The Tarahumara Indian people of the Copper Canyon region and in particular Creel and surrounding towns live within caves, cliffs and sometimes simple wood and stone huts. They are extremely shy and yet proud individuals who are expert farmers and renowned for their long…

Guadalajara Mexico


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Jalisco Mexico

Guadalajara Mexico’s Bustling City Of History And Architecture

By on January 24, 2016

What a pleasant surprise Guadalajara, Mexico was!  Being the second largest city in Mexico with about a 1.5 million inhabitants, our expectations were low and we made a point of staying in the Centro Historico which proved to be the right decision for us.  We loved being able to…

Steve & Sharon
Perth, Australia

We are an Aussie couple on a midlife walkabout, exploring the world at our own pace. Over the years we have become unashamed addicts, in search of that next travel fix. We invite you to share our adventures and look forward to hearing about yours.