Living on “La Isla del Encanto” (The Enchanted Island) feels a lot like being in Mexico.
The beautiful beaches, friendly people, and warm weather can trick you into thinking that these two places are almost like twin siblings, until you hear people talking.
Knowing how to make a hotel reservation in Spanish can come in handy when you're exploring areas of a country that are not touristy or places where making an online reservation is not possible due to bad or inexistent internet connection. Watch the video and download the free PDF with all the vocabulary and phrases you need to know!
Mexican Spanish Slang Phrases: A great way to prepare yourself for a trip to Mexico to both better understand the people and the culture. Once you know how words and phrases like “órale” are used, you’ll be one step closer to sounding like a Mexican, or at least closer to impressing the locals with some vocabulary they aren’t expecting you to have.
Learn the top beginner phrases in Spanish you must know before traveling to any Spanish-speaking country. In this video, I’ll teach you some of the most basic and common greetings and goodbyes in Spanish, useful phrases to use at a restaurant, the basics for shopping, how to express confusion, and more.
The Bioluminescent Bay at Mosquito Bay in Vieques, Puerto Rico is one of the most incredible things we’ve ever seen. We took a tour with Bieque Eco Trips and experienced the bioluminescent dinoflagellate filled Mosquito Bay in clear-bottomed kayaks to see the brightest glowing bio bay in the world.
There’s lots of fun to be had in the water in the Yucatan Peninsula. One of our favorite things to do is swim in a cenote. In this post, we're going to tell you about the three best cenotes near Playa del Carmen and everything you need to know to plan your visit.
Tipping in Mexico can be confusing, but we'll break in down for you in this video. From all-inclusive resorts to restaurants and more, this is everything you need to know about tipping in Mexico.
Mexico City: A bustling metropolis built on top of ancient Aztec ruins. Located in the heart of Mexico, where you’ll find history, culture, food, and so much more. These are the seven sights you can’t miss when you visit Mexico City’s Historic District.