Spent three days here. Known as the gastronomic capital of Mexico, we ate well…did we ever. They even have a candy street.
As you may imagine, when traveling on a long-term basis you are consistently filling your days with incredible experiences and creating great new memories. Sometimes, however, you participate in an activity that is not only not enjoyable but downright horrible. This is the story of one such activity.
After visiting the Amazon, I can say pink river dolphins were cool, but they weren’t the main attraction. I’m not saying this to underplay fresh water dolphins (who knew they lived in rivers anyway?). Instead, I’d say that I’m blown away with how much there is the learn about this part of the world. Continue reading
After a few weeks of high altitude and cold weather, Tim convinced me that it was a good idea to go down to sea level to do a jungle tour, despite my fear of spiders and snakes. There are many options as starting points and we decided to try the closest one from Sucre, where we had been hanging out for the last few days. Our plan was simple, we’d take a bus to Santa Cruz, the largest city in Bolivia, and then from there we’d easily be able to figure it out. Easy, it was not. Continue reading