Natural Christmas Tree

Dear Reader, Nature can surprise us with its multiple formations. And coincidentally at Christmas time the Cañón del Sumidero surprised me by presenting me with a huge natural tree up on a cliff face.  Pay particular attention to the thick hanging moss formation that stands out

Photo of the Day: Balloons

Dear Reader, In 1842, Don Benito Leon Acosta and Rubí de Celis, born in Guanajuato, managed to take off in a hot air balloon made by him. It was the first time an aircraft ever flew over Mexico. Balloons have ever since become a colourful and picturesque attractions […]

Unknown Argentina: Esteros del Ibera

Dear Reader, our guest-blogger of this week is Tristan Libault, French national, adventurer and editor of the Argentina Exception travel website and today he will tell us about precious off the beaten path jewels of the southern cone. Everybody’s heard about Argentina. The marvellous Iguazu Falls, the glittering Buenos […]

Unknown Mexico: Colourful Michoacan

Dear Reader, I truly find that real Mexico is found only in few places. I say this because this country tends to be stereotyped and often confused to what spring-breakers look for every year. Don’t fall for that trap, my dear Reader, for you’re looking for authentic and […]