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Tag Archives: Mexico

Our Epic Travel Nightmare – Driving From Kentucky to Mexico

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Leaving home for six weeks to visit family over 2000 miles away by car is HECTIC, to say the least. It is NOT a vacation. Despite our love for our family and friends and the joy of seeing them in person, this trip is NEVER relaxing. And the drive home from Kentucky, USA to Michoacan, Mexico… […]

How Is Mexico Coping With COVID-19? Living in Coronavirus Times

How Is Mexico Coping With COVID-19 Living in Coronavirus Times

The coronavirus, or Covid-19, has swept the world including the country of Mexico. For many of us this our first time experiencing a global pandemic such as the coronavirus, especially with the restrictions that have been put upon us by our respective governments. Besides the virus being a little scary these new restrictions feel weird […]

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 […]

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 […]

Visit Barra de Potosi – A Tranquil Beachfront Fishing Village in Beautiful Mexico

Visit Barra de Potosi - A Tranquil Beachfront Fishing Village

Barra de Potosi is a tiny tranquil beachfront fishing village in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. It is home to a popular lagoon, where you can view the locals fishing for crabs. There are a couple good seafood restaurants with a great view of the bay, Bahia el Potosi. We rented rooms through Airbnb, one of […]