Last week, I wrote about the 7 wonders of the world – ancient and new. The good people in the Yucatan have Chichen Itza, one of the seven new ones, so naturally I've heard lots about it lately. As I've listened to locals going on [...]
What does Teotihuacan have to do with stilettos? Nothing, really... except I'm reminded of several local women standing on top of the Pyramid of the Moon alongside me, in their impossibly high heels, looking out on the Avenue of the Dead. I can't help but wonder what the women of ancient Teotihuacan would think, looking through the veil of time.
For nearly 100 years, cliff divers have been flying off Acapulco's La Quebrada, extreme sport performers long before that was a common term.
On a dramatic cliff in the hills above a large, brawling city, there’s a hotel. A deliciously kitsch, bright pink Hollywood hideaway in Acapulco, a secret refuge for film stars in the 1950s. Now, we only stopped for the spectacular ocean views, and for drinks [...]
Writing postcards Snow is falling outside my window. It's undoubtedly beautiful. And cold. The summery memory of this little harbour at the foothills of the Sierra Madre makes the day a little warmer. Here's a little photo essay. Where: Huatulco, State of Oaxaca, Mexico Huatulco secrets? [...]