January 5, 2018

When I arrived in Guatemala, I had no idea that a year later I would still be here. In my mind I thought that I would be in Buenos Aires, or somewhere close to it. At least South America. So how did I end up here staying here for a year? I let life unfold in front of m...

January 11, 2017

When I arrived to the Cuna De Tierra vineyards just outside of Dolores Hildago, I had no idea that two months later I would be saying goodbye to a new a dear friend. Just two months ago, I expected that I would be staying there like most of the places I have traveled t...

December 9, 2016

I’ve been in Mexico for two months now, and I though it would be fun to enlighten those who have not been here about “The Mexican Way”

What I am realizing after living my life in the USA is that, as a culture, we are absolute control freaks. We like everything to flow w...

December 7, 2016

So I've been on the road for over 130 days now, but the last month I have been stationary. Why? Because sometime opportunities arise out of fate. The last month I've been staying with my new friend Paco. He is the carpenter / graphic designer / tour guide / new hotel m...

November 5, 2016

It's been three months since I started my journey. But now it a time for a new beginning and chapter. From here, I will be one my own terms and, well, on my own. Let the new day begin!

October 21, 2016

Our next stop on this grand tour of Mexico was also our next Couchsurfing stop, San Luis Potosi. San Luis is the capitol of the state of San Luis. It is a fairly industrial city with many foreign companies such as BMW, Continental and General Motors. My host Sofi and D...

October 20, 2016

Arriving in Zacatecas, I met up with my Couchsurfing host, Ben, at his place of work. Ben teaches French at a small school here. 

While I was waiting for Ben to finish his class, I took some time to explore the city.

Mexico is the land of a million cathedrals. If yo...

October 17, 2016

 Catching up on some post now. After leaving Copper Canyon I headed to Durango. Durango City is the capitol of Durango state and is famous for being the home to Pancho Villa, the famous revolutionary general / badit. Pancho Villa is the only military leader to invade t...

August 3, 2016

So Now it's time to get onto the Continental Divide Trail. We had been planning to take the CDT for some time now. The Continental Divide Trail is 3100 miles and runs from Canada to Mexico. It passes through Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. It is most...

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