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Before I even finished watching all Jim and May’s video about their upcoming Spanish Immersion Retreat in Guanajuato City, Mexico, I felt my fingers inching closer and closer to my wallet. I had just started teaching myself Spanish a month or two before, by reading books, watching their previous videos, listening to music; you name it. But literally that same week, I had been wishing for an opportunity to leave my slightly tragic, work-heavy lifestyle for a bit, to practice my skills in the real world. It was a godsend, because honestly, I was a little nervous to travel on my own.
Maybe your story starts out a lot like mine, having reached adulthood and realizing that I’d never really traveled or explored anywhere, especially on my own. I was lost in my work, always waiting for the “right time” to vacation, too busy entangled in the vortex of everyone else’s needs around me.
Figuring out what to pack for a trip to Mexico seems easy, right? The problem is, most people think it’s always hot all over the country. So it makes sense that shorts and sandals are the first thing that come to mind. The reality is that packing for a trip to Mexico isn't always so cut and dry. You'll need to consider important factors like location, time of the year, and activities you’ll be doing during your time there. Today, I’m here to make it easy for your to pack for Mexico.
The best things to do in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico. The perfect day-trip for those who like to hike and hit the beach. Visit the pink lakes (Las Salinas of Puerto Rico, El Faro, and Playa Sucia (also known as La Playuela) in the same day.