- Mexico City
- Queretaro (Bernal and the Wine and Cheese Route)
- Saltillo (Or, read more at SaltilloExpats.com!)
- Real de Catorce, SLP
Are you driving around the US? Here are the destinations I’ve come back to tell the story about:
- San Antonio, Texas
- Austin, Texas
- Heifer Ranch, Arkansas
- Kayaking in Ft. Wayne, Indiana
- The Old Fort in Ft. Wayne, Indiana
- Ohio Bird Sanctuary
- Little House in the Big Woods, Pepin, WI
Looking for general travel tips?
Looking for tales of holidays and history in Mexico?
- Cinco de Mayo (and why it matters in the US)
- Decorating for Christmas in Mexico
- Christmas Markets in Mexico
- Easter in Mexico
- Three Kings Day in Mexico
- Day of the Dead–How It’s REALLY Celebrated —Should Christians Celebrate the Day of the Dead?
- Our Lady of Guadalupe
Travel plays a big part in my life. I’m from the US (the midwest, to be more precise). My husband is from Mexico City. For the last 10 years, we have lived in northern Mexico, just about halfway between my family and his. This makes for a LOT of traveling. So we get to discover lots of little-known destinations in both the US and Mexico.
Most years, we get in the car and drive for three or four days to visit my parents. And we also get in the car at least once a year and drive across Mexico to visit my inlaws. Plus, we like traveling by car, so sometimes we just keep driving south from Mexico City.
We also bring our kids with us. And one of them ALWAYS throws up about an hour after we leave our house on the 26th of December. (I swear, the child must be allergic to Boxing Day, because I think those December 26ths are the ONLY days in his life he has ever thrown up!) So yeah–we know that traveling isn’t as beautiful as Instagram would make you believe.
If you’re like me and like sharing carsick stories, ask me about our Barf Through Arkansas Day sometime. Thank goodness, that was a one-time ordeal. And not on December 26th.
Anyway, to get back on track, I often share travel adventures here. Usually, they’re a good deal cleaner and prettier than what I’ve described above.
But, let’s face it–barf happens.
Are you looking for odd, out-of-the-way places to visit anywhere between Mexico City and Detroit? You’ve come to the right place!