Peering Off the Pier – Puerto Angel, Mexico

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Aside from the faint laughter of children playing in the water, the only thing I could hear were the strong gusts of wind sweeping across my face. At times, it felt like I was the only person on the planet as I explored the tranquil cove.

The Power of Ten – Habitat for Humanity in Puerto Angel, Mexico

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Escaping the frigid Minnesota winter, eighteen Habitat for Humanity volunteers discover a warm place on the coast of southern Mexico, and in their hearts.

Where Exactly is Margaritaville? – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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Picture this; you’re totally relaxed without a care in the world, stretched out on a beach chair gazing out at the Pacific Ocean, sipping on a frozen margarita under a sunny sky on a 78*F day in February. Perhaps you’ve found Margaritaville; life just doesn’t get much better!

Chacala, Nayarit, Mexico

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Linda Waltenberger discovers that Chacala, Mexico on the Pacific gives us beach lounging at it’s finest; good food, drinks, and whale watching.

Sea Kayaking in Baja – Mexico

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Pristine beach camping, a soak in a private tide pool hot spring, and sea kayaking the vivid blue waters of the Sea of Cortez awaited Andrea Davis on this adventurous travel.

Death in Another Light – Puerto Angel, Oaxaca, Mexico

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On the coast of southern Mexico, Tyrel Nelson willfully wanders into a city of the dead.

A Traveler’s Dream – Merida, Mexico, North America

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When Francoise and Jack found a hard-to-beat rate for a hotel in downtown Merida, Mexico, they did not expect a rude awakening the next morning.

Mexico – The Life and Times of a Travelling Academic

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Travel stories about Mexico – The Life and Times of a Travelling Academic.

4 – Following the Expat Trail to Todos Santos – Baja California

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By the way, the hostel in Todos Santos closed down. Delara wanted you to know, since no one told her. She’ll get to surf though, no matter what.

One Size Does Not Fit All – Caribbean, Mexico

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Ilizabeth Sutera’s one-size-does-not-fit-all analogy applies perfectly to all-inclusive travel.