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A Girlfriend Getaway to The Island of Women Part I thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. I think it was right around the time it dawned on me that Isla Mujeres translated to Island of Women that I was certain… this was exactly where I was meant to spend my thirtieth birthday, surrounded by some of…

Apres Sea: Scuba Diving in Isla Mujeres thumbnail

Where we’re at: Here, I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. When it comes to scuba diving in the Yucatan Peninsula, there are some major rockstars: the reefs of Cozumel, the cenotes of Tulum, the bull sharks of Playa del Carmen. But of course, I couldn’t spend my birthday in…

A Mermaid’s Birthday in Mexico: Thirty Going on Thirteen thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. If there is a woman on earth who turned thirty without having even the tiniest of existential breakdowns, please direct me to this master of zen so that I may learn from her. I personally spent the final year of…

What It’s Like to Stay at the World Famous Seashell House in Isla Mujeres thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. I’ve quipped before that I’m pretty sure my birth stone is a seashell. I’ve made a pilgrimage to America’s roadside mermaid show in Florida, I went to actual mermaid school in the Philippines, I’ve attended several mermaid parades in New…

The Wanderland Guide to Downtown Cancun thumbnail

Where we’re at: Here, I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. It’s no secret that while Cancun is one of the most popular resort destinations in Mexico, it’s one that independent travelers tend to turn their nose at while heading further afield to Tulum, Isla Holbox, and other, chicer destinations…

Gone But Not Forgotten: Dia De Los Muertos in Cancun thumbnail

Where we’re at: Here, I’m recapping my travels in 2019, including this trip to Mexico in November. There are few greater honors in my travels than to experience a holiday in the country of its origin, alongside its people.  I always wanted to spend Dia de Los Muertos in Mexico, someday. When I realized it was…

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