Fun Jardin Quirks #2

Because one is never enough. The Jardin Horse GaitHere's a video of a horse performing, what I'm calling, The Jardin Horse Gait (described in the first Fun Jardin Quirks). ParadesThis town has a disproportionate number of parades. I feel like most towns average one or two per year. Three seems extreme. Jardin averages one or … Continue reading Fun Jardin Quirks #2

Mexico’s Caribbean

We spent the last week of March on the Caribbean side of Mexico. Mainly hiding. It was Spring Break in the US and Semana Santa (Easter week) in Mexico. Everyone was on vacation. Eh. Vree. One. But I suppose we're everyone too. TulumWe initially stopped in Tulum. Tulum is famous for having one of the … Continue reading Mexico’s Caribbean

Oaxaca, Mexico

We went, because they told us to go. They. The other tourists. Of course, we're capable of making our own decisions. I think. We're adults. Occasionally. Yet, the fervor, the conviction bespoken about Oaxaca (pronounced Wa-Ha-Ka) was convincing at the least. Darn necessitating at the best. We had to go. We'd miss the best food … Continue reading Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexico City, Mexico

Cities stress me out. Especially big ones. The traffic, the crime, the pollution, the congestion, the people — the people! I'm more of a town person. A nature person. However, with that being said, it's difficult to experience some architectural and cultural attractions outside of major metropolitan areas. And I like to think of myself … Continue reading Mexico City, Mexico