Tag Archive for "mexico"
Join us in paradise for an inspirational week of yoga, adventure, and organic friendship building, with Strangers to Friends Founder, Carlyn Shaw
Like the feel of Tulum, this adventure is a mix of eco chic luxe simplicity and raw beautiful natural adventure.
Meet Maria Shibaeva Hykin, Enlightened Globetrekker's Staff Adventure Yogi! Maria will be accompanying Enlightened Globetrekker Adventures to share her powerful YOGA practice and calming instructing with our fellow adventurers.
Where the white sand joins the jungle and sea, where the turquoise water melts into the turquoise sky, where the people smile and the energy is easy, this is Tulum.
Amamos Mexico. Life in Mexico can be amazing. If you approach it the right way. Here is a 'survival' guide on how to make the most of living in Mexico, or at least... HOW TO SURVIVE.
The cenotes of the greater Tulum area are a natural spectacle like no other. As this is one of the only regions in the world they exist, they are well worth a visit or two or three when traveling through this region.
A tiny island nation in the middle of the Pacific. Halfway between Hawaii and Australia and nothing. In the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
This fascinating place was called the Marshall Islands.
A week ago today my daughter and I emerged from our dusty Mexican paradise village and got dropped into an American summer. I have been spinning since. And it has taken me a week to feel empowered enough to write about it. In my mind I keep saying, ‘ ‘Things are so different now….’ Really?? ...
I now live in the Marshall Islands in the South Pacific, since July, but before here, I lived in Mexico for a year and a half, and published a fair bunch there, and am headed back to live there again in October, as my devotion to Mexico has won and I have decided, of all ...