Tag Archives: Mexico
Grabbing strength and hope in memories of travel right now. Stronger in the last few days as we go on with no knowledge of when those of us with wanderlust can take off again on that jet plane; to places … Continue reading
Easter week 2016 in San Miguel de Allende Mexico. A trip that will never be forgotten by the Sunday Traveler. A photo that pulls my mind back to a little town in central Mexico that dwells not so much on … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler’s trip to Morelia, Mexico last July included staying with family of family…the true Mexican way. A back garden door leading from I’m not sure where, out to the back garden. A garden full of flowers and vines, … Continue reading
A photo of a sculpture in a Cancun hotel taken several years ago. It conveys that love, that bond like no other. Happy Mother’s Day.
The Sunday Traveler’s thoughts return to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Three and a half years ago I spent a month there to regroup and enjoy the life and people there. This photo was taken one Sunday morning outside a … Continue reading
We rode into town like two hungry desperadoes. Down cobblestone streets following the Bienvenido sign to the dock where we knew we’d find lunch. We’d made a short stop to take a peek at the church and courtyard, and moved … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler spent another wonderful day on a road trip out to the little town of Zirahuen, on the shores of Lake Zirahuen. Staying in the city of Morelia, put all of these intriguing towns within reach for day … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler mentioned in last week’s post that the cathedral in Morelia, Mexico, brought back memories of Notre Dame in Paris when I was there last December. And very incredibly, like that moment in December, walking into this cathedral … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler, along with the trusty cousin tour guide, visited the cathedral in the historic center of Morelia while on a day tour of the town. It is said that it is the only cathedral in Mexico not oriented … Continue reading
At times entering within is needed to find what it is you’re looking for.