fbpx

Category Archives: Travel Photography

Templo Mayor, A Famous Archeological Site in The Middle of Mexico City

Templo Mayor - Visit a Famous Archeological Site in The Middle of Mexico City

The history behind Mexico City is pretty cool if you ask me. It starts in 1325 with the Aztecs. They built the city of Tenochtitlan on an island in Lake Texcoco. Fast forward to 1585 where history tells us that Tenochtitlan officially became known as Mexico City. What I find interesting about this is that […]

41 Photos That Prove You Can Climb Paricutin Volcano with Kids

41 Photos That Prove You Can Climb Paricutin Volcano with Kids

Have you ever climbed to the top of a volcano and peered into the crater? Our family had this experience last summer when we conquered Paricutin, a volcano in beautiful Mexico. It was one of my bucket list dreams come true! I wrote about it first at World Mom’s Network. If you want a good laugh […]

52 Photos of Grutas Tolantongo, An Amazing Hot Springs River in Beautiful Mexico

52 Photos of Grutas Tolantongo, An Amazing Hot Springs River in Mexico

In January 2015 we took the kids to Grutas Tolantongo in Hidalgo, Mexico. This was one of the most beautiful places I have seen on my travels abroad in Beautiful Mexico. We camped for two nights right next to a hot spring river. It was amazing! If you want to read a little more about […]

55 Fabulous Photos of Mexico City in Beautiful Mexico

55 Fabulous Photos of Mexico City in Beautiful Mexico

Mexico City. Whenever I heard the name of the largest city in North America, I used to think of pollution and dirt. I don’t know why I formed that opinion, but I after visiting Mexico City, I withdraw my previous view :-) Mexico City is huge. I am sure it is polluted. And yes, some […]

La Mesa in Patzcuaro, Beautiful Mexico – Good Food and A Great View!

I have written a post or two about Patzcuaro in the past. It is an authentic little town about 45 minutes North from Uruapan, in Michoacan’s mountains. My husband, Brad, gave a short Bible talk there in an English congregation in February. Afterward, we treated ourselves to dinner at La Mesa.  Their website calls itself […]