This week Louise took to the trails of Tepoztlan to see some ancient ruins dedicated to an Aztec God. We also hit the road for a mammoth drive all the way to Oaxaca City!
We pay the 5,000 pesos and walk back to the van. The grrr of the engine breaks the anticipation filled silence and we make our way to the ferry terminal. It’s 1 pm and the Baja heat has reached the high 30s. We park in the line of lorries that are also waiting for the […]
This week we escaped the bustling city and headed to the small town of Bernal, Queretaro. Check out our hike up the worlds third-largest monolith and how we shower while living in a public place!
Living in a van means frequent trips to throw out our trash. We are roaming the streets of Guerrero Negro on the lookout for a bin, instead, we find a puppy. She’s wandering the streets, her back leg held high and her bones protruding. I swerve the car to the nearest available parking spot and […]
After heading out of Guadalajara we made our way to San Miguel De Allende which is an art colony and has its fair share of American immigrants. We’ve really enjoyed exploring this quaint little colonial town. Join us on a typical day living in the van and get some super cute clips of Guerrera who […]
After we rescued Guerrera from the streets of Guerrero Negro, we took her to three different vets. This week, we finally get the answers we need about how serious the break is and how best to treat her. We knew she had a broken leg, but we didn’t know how serious it was, and how […]
After deciding to head from Baja to the mainland, we travelled through a lot of Mexico. We ended up in the small town of Tequila, Jalisco. The charm of the place captured our hearts and made us park up for a week. In this episode, we show you around this town made famous as the […]
Exploring the town of Guerrero Negro led us on an adventure that we weren’t expecting. Join us this week as we get to know the latest member of the van…
After staying home for the summer, it’s now time to start our vanlife Mexico adventure. Louise flew to Tijuana from Manchester, UK, and Jacob drove the short journey from Orange County. We head south from Tijuana to Baja California Sur getting ourselves into trouble along the way…
Just after midnight at Tijuana airport. Tired after 24 hours of travelling I wait a long time for my bags to come into view and the fear that they’ve been misplaced in Cancun is at the front of my mind. To my relief, the black holdall cames chugging up to me and it’s time to […]