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Yucatan

Posted by on Sep 17, 2014
Yucatan

Today is the seventeenth day of September. We can almost see Belize from our last camping spot in Mexico. Our life on the road is nearing three months. It’s clear to us now that this journey down to Patagonia is going to take longer than we expected. Crossing the border in Tijuana, it was hard […]

Into the Chiapas

Posted by on Aug 30, 2014
Into the Chiapas

Zipolite Beach is supposedly one of the world’s most deadly beaches, because of its strong currents. It’s also one of the rare nude beaches in Mexico. It has a relaxed, ‘hippie’ feel to it, with camping for only 70 pesos a night (about 5 USD!), a fun bar and people bringing you coconuts and food all […]

Oaxaca

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014
Oaxaca

“Each time I say good-bye to a place I like, I feel like I am leaving a part of me behind. I guess whether we choose to travel as much as Marco Polo did or stay in the same spot from cradle to grave, life is a sequence of births and deaths. Moments are born […]

Change in Cholula

Posted by on Aug 6, 2014
Change in Cholula

It is interesting how quickly we get used to new situations. Only about six weeks ago, I was sitting in my living room in Los Angeles, panicking about our crazy decision to depart on this trip. THE TRIP. Erdem and I had planned and talked about it since the very beginning of our relationship about […]

Sun and Roses

Posted by on Jul 30, 2014
Sun and Roses

When we left Los Angeles over a month ago, we received an unsettling but inspiring email from our friend Chad just as we were hopping onto the highway to depart into the unknown. Chad had been battling with brain cancer for the past couple of years and let us know that he needed to have […]

CDMX

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014
CDMX

If you live in a city, you consume it in such a way that it becomes impossible to see it from an outsider’s point of view. You create a personal map of it based on your needs, musts, memories and conveniences. Most urban dwellers never get to visit some sections of their city. In fact, […]

Guadalavista!

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014
Guadalavista!

We rushed by what Erdem calls “Tequila fields” and entered the second largest city of Mexico: Guadalajara. Almost immediately after entering the outskirts we see lights flashing behind us and the police stops us. We had read about a police problem in Guadalajara and our hearts start racing. Shit. What now. I guess this is […]

Cococide on mainland

Posted by on Jul 9, 2014
Cococide on mainland

Our transition from Baja to Mainland Mexico was smooth as can be. We said goodbye to Lara and Joe at the port with some silly photos, uncomfortably long group hugs, and sniffed-up tears, and continued on to go through the checkpoint. After asking us a few questions about the things in our car, we had […]

At peace in La Paz

Posted by on Jul 5, 2014
At peace in La Paz

In fact, we are living a very luxurious and comfortable life for the past 3 days. We cook whatever we like in our full kitchen with the provisions acquired at the local Walmart (our first time in one). There is a nice pool right beneath our two bedroom condo overlooking the ocean sunset if we […]

Beginning in Baja

Posted by on Jul 4, 2014
Beginning in Baja

We started our journey with mixed feelings. Leaving our safe little nest and beloved friends behind in Los Angeles for a big grey spot on the map that people tell you not to go to, wasn’t as easy as planned. But after many months of preparation, our big trip South has finally started, and our […]