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 […]

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Antigua, Guatemala Architecture and Churches Gallery of Photos

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Antigua, Guatemala Architecture and Churches Antigua doesn’t disappoint!  This town brims with colonial Spanish architecture and churches that show off the baroque style of buildings that are ornate and over the top in beauty.  A series of earthquakes in the 1700s destroyed many of them spurring the Spanish to move the capital, then called Santiago […]

A Guatemalan Historical Site You Shouldn't Miss - Antigua, Guatemala

A Guatemalan Historical Site You Shouldn’t Miss – Antigua, Guatemala

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A must see Guatemalan historical site is Antigua, Guatemala.  It’s one the oldest and shining examples of early Spanish colonial city planning in Latin America.  A basic grid plan that dates back to 1543!   Its religious, private and government buildings are some of the best preserved Spanish colonial architecture in Guatemala.  Walking on its cobblestone streets […]

How to Tour Angkor Wat - A One Day Tour In The Pride of Cambodia

How to Tour Angkor Wat – A One Day Tour In The Pride of Cambodia

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We went to Angkor Wat today. The national pride of Cambodia, UNESCO World Heritage Site, and world’s largest religious site.  It can be seen on everything from their national beer to many of the company’s logos throughout Cambodia. Located near Siem Reap, The area is a flat forested architectural wonderland where the red clay earth, […]