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Driving Arches National Park – Moab, Utah – National Sights Series

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Driving Arches National Park in Moab, Utah is right up our alley!   We are not hikers in anyway, shape or form.  If you want to see incredibly beautiful rock formations on a nice leisurely drive, in some of the most stunning landscape on the planet?  Arches National Park just north of Moab, Utah in the eastern […]

The Mayan Ruins, Palenque – Quite possibly the best ruins Mexico has to offer!

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What?  Better than Chichen Itza?  Better than Uxmal?  Better than Tulum?  I can hear the jostling of “Mayan Ruin Buffs” everywhere… sighing.   The Mayan Ruins at Palenque are some of the best ruins, Mexico has to offer! The forest around the ruins are spectacular, the campgrounds nearby are great, the food in Chiapas is amazing […]

Top 5 Tourism Destinations Near Tuxtla Gutierrez Chiapas Mexico

Top 5 Tourism Destinations Near Tuxtla Gutierrez Chiapas Mexico

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Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México is a little known tourist destination in southern Mexico.  With a population of over 600,000, it’s the largest and most developed city in the state of Chiapas.  We crossed the border checkpoint at Talisman through the El Carmen Border near Tuxtla Chica.  The border is smaller than Ciudad Hidalgo and we […]

Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico Gallery Of Photos

Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico Gallery Of Photos

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Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico We drove to Tuxtla by crossing into Mexico from Guatemala.  No issues at the border minus an extensive search by an overzealous border agent.  We spent a night in Tapachula to see if they had a way to fix our Jeep’s transmission.  They said there was a Jeep Dealership in Tuxtla Gutierrez […]

Why Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Will Suck You In And Keep You There

Why Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Will Suck You In And Keep You There

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Lake Atitlán, Guatemala (ah-teet-lahn) sits in a volcanic caldera known to have been created 1.8 million years ago.  The lake is the deepest in Central America at over 1,100 feet at its deepest point.   All this stuff didn’t really draw us to the lake however.  What did was all the stories from other travelers that […]

Chilean Patagonia

Isla Magdalena, Chilean Patagonia- Gallery

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Penguins, penguins and more penguins are the theme of this gallery.  We took the Malinka Ferry from the Tres Puentes Ferry Port in Punta Arenas, Chile to to Isla Magdalena to see the Magellanic Penguins roosting.  This island boats over 65,000 nesting, mating and waddling pairs.  That’s way over 100,000.  This is a protected area […]