San Miguel de Allende is just the best. I really, really love it and am so grateful to call it home. Around these parts though, everyone talks about how good it is to come back to San Miguel because much of the local and expat...

Adventure is somehow best when it’s unexpected. In Hidalgo State, central-eastern Mexico, we find ourselves in one of the oldest protected forests in Mexico, El Chico National Park. This is precisely the type of place we spend our adventures looking for, hunting through locals’ recommendations...

As long as I’ve been in Mexico, I’ve been hearing about Tolantongo. This proverbial oasis in the desert is a beacon for tourists, national and expat alike, to pretend for a weekend that they aren’t landlocked in a desert and melt into the thermal waters...

We’ve seen a lot of Mexico. After 9 years exploring, you’d expect no less. But Mexico is an enormously diverse country, topographically and culturally. That’s why, after all this time, I keep stumbling across gems....

We just enjoyed some time in Costalegre, soaking up the sun and sea. Costalegre is located in Jalisco, between Bahia de Chamela and Playa del Oro. While there, we happened upon 3 little towns that we really liked. Quiet, relaxed and spectacularly beautiful, these low-season...

Tequila, Jalisco is a unique place. Like the champagne region of France, Tequila must come from Tequila region of Jalisco. Los Altos, the highlands, of the Mexican state of Jalisco are home to the world’s tequila production and are we ever thankful for that! Aside...

Many years after my first ride in the Cañada de la Virgen with Coyote Canyon, I’ve reconnected with my intense love of horses and horseback riding. There’s really nothing like it. Cañada de la Virgen is still one of my favorites....