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Tips for Visiting Isla Holbox, Mexico

Isla Holbox (pronounced hol-bahsh) is a tiny island northwest of Cancun, Mexico and sits at the northernmost tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. It’s considered one of the few untouched and authentic Mexican paradises that are left after much of the country has been overly commercialized. Come here to relax, unwind, and enjoy this gorgeous tropical paradise! How to...

Is it Ethical to Swim with Whale Sharks?

So, you’ve always wanted to swim with the largest fish in the sea, but you’re concerned about whether or not it is ethical to swim with whale sharks? Let’s discuss. What is a Whale Shark? Whale sharks are the world’s largest fish and they can grow up to 40 feet long, which is about the size of a school bus. In July 2016, whale sharks were...

Best Things to do in Mexico City

Mexico City is the largest city in North America and is a huge, sprawling, metropolis that seems to go on forever. Boasting over 22 million people in the area, you’d be hard-pressed to explore every last nook and cranny that the city has to offer. However, if you’re planning on heading to CDMX, here are the best things to do in Mexico City that you should...

Vegan Guide to Mexico City

Vegan food in Mexico City has exploded on the scene and definitely has the potential to rival other major cities like Los Angeles, New York City, and London. On top of the abundant options, every time we sat down to eat we said: “Wow, that was the best (insert food item) we’ve EVER had!” Seriously, the food blew us away and we highly recommend you...

Vegan Guide to Sayulita, Mexico

When you think of Mexico and you envision people in shorts and linen shirts or flowy dresses, walking through the streets in bikinis while barefoot, and just having an overall fantastic time, then Sayulita is the place for you. Located on the western coast of Mexico in the state of Nayarit, Sayulita is a quintessential hippie town that just wants to have a good time...

Big Bend National Park, Texas

Big Bend was our “official” first stop on our full-time RVing lifestyle and it did NOT disappoint! It is very remote and you drive for hours through absolutely nothing to get there, but it is worth every mile. It’s hard to picture how large the park itself is when you look at it on a map, but once you drive in and you see you still have an hour to go before getting...