Mexico

Where to Eat in Tijuana: Five Places to Sample the City

From old school to brand new, street side to white table cloth, Tijuana has a crazy range of eating options. Here are a few to get started with. Tacos Franc…

Where to Drink in Tijuana: Mezcal, Cocktails and Craft Beer

Sorry lonely promoters and tequila girls hanging on the balconies of empty super nightclubs, Tijuana has moved on from the Coko Bongo days. Don’t get me wrong, this is a…

Where to Eat in Tijuana: Three Food Colectivos

I don’t blame you for the question mark in your tone when I tell you that I just got back from Tijuana. You’re thinking spring break or narco violence or…

In Between Meals on Holbox

It would be easy to spend most of your day lounging in a beach hammock on Holbox. But then you miss smobbin’ around in a golf cart to find the…

Where to Eat on Holbox, Part 2: Lunch and Dinner

Before there were ferries and before there was refrigeration, Holboxeños used to eat the eggs of wild birds, all kinds of fish, and on a special night, a manatee that could…

Where to Eat on Holbox: Mandarina Beach Club

I didn’t want to leave Mandarina, Hotel Casa Tortuga’s restaurant. I went on my last night, after my travel companion left, and sat under the palapa, on the rooftop bar with a mezcal…

Where to Eat on Holbox Part 1: Breakfast

At 7 AM on Holbox I woke up and walked the beach, stopping to swim in the Caribbean sea with no one else in sight but two fisherman untangling the…

Where to Drink in Merida: La Negrita, An Exceptionally Pretty Cantina

La Negrita was just a regular cantina when I lived here, which means it was the kind of place my university friends and I would go to after finishing afternoon…

Cooling Off In Chicxulub

On a 100 degree day in Merida the centro is like a fiery pit of cement. I know I went to school in heat like this when I lived here,…

48 Hours in Mexico City

Leaving Mexico City after two days is like leaving a really good party at 10 pm. Granted, I had been before with my sister and done a lot of the…