Well, I've finally done it! This is my last post from our 6 months in Mexico. Guadalajara was a bit of a weird one. It wasn't really what we'd expected, and it was hard not to keep comparing it to Mexico City . But looking back, there were quite a few things that we did enjoy… Read more of "Five things in Guadalajara"
When we look back on this crazy adventure , I know that one of our favourite memories will be of San Pancho. With one main street that leads to the beach, San Pancho is tiny but it's filled with restaurants, cafes, little boutiques and juice bars. People walk around barefoot… Read more of "A guide to San Pancho"
I think Mexican food might be my favourite. And I'm writing this in Italy so you know I'm serious. We spent 6 months in Mexico. From our first meal (where our waiter laughed at us as he bought out bowl after bowl of tortilla chips because we ate so much guacamole) to our last… Read more of "What to eat in Mexico"
Sayulita is a small surf town on the west coast of Mexico. Compared to the big resorts in nearby Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan, it's very relaxed, people walk around bare foot and all roads lead to the beach. But if you're coming from San Pancho, like we were, it's practically… Read more of "A short guide to Sayulita"
Now that I've been back in England for a few weeks (and it's rained almost every day), looking at these photos feels like a different world. One where it's always sunny and the air is filled with ranchera music and everywhere smells of corn. Oh, Mexico! The place I miss the most… Read more of "Five trips from San Pancho"
When we lived in London, every Saturday we'd stroll around the farmers' market at the end of our road. Coffees in hand, chatting and browsing (but never actually buying, London is expensive peeps). So it was lovely to pick up this little tradition again here in Mexico at the… Read more of "Sayulita farmers' market"