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These spendy, spendy toll roads around the outskirts of Mexico DF are as close as we got to driving in the city.

Mexico

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It was only a matter of time before we were sucked into the vortex that was Mexico City. Although driving around the country of Mexico you soon realise that locally, the city is simply referred to as  ‘Mexico’, or ‘DF’…
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Reflections: La Paz

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La Paz has grown into a second ‘home’ for us, as we have spent almost 4 months in the city. We wanted to create a short piece to capture the experience of living and playing in the city that we…
Now these Kiwis know where they are going! (Sort of…)

Twins from a parallel universe

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In today’s installment, Emma rides a magical unicorn through a field of butterflies and some north going Kiwis meet some south going Kiwis for some classic Seussian confusion. More or less, anyway.   Back when we first started our trip.…
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Alpine Delight in Creel

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We always love a good mountain town, whether it be someplace stylish a’ la Whistler, somewhere close to home like Government Camp, or the adventure capital of the Copper Canyon, Creel. Leaving our spectacularly situated hotel on the rim of…
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Xilitla

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Not a lot can be said to enhance the awesomeness of a surrealist sculpture garden in the jungle. So we’ll just launch straight into some photos. You may of course be wondering what a surrealist sculpture garden is doing in…
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Crossing Mexico, the fast way

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new road rolling through the Mexican mountains It took six days of driving to cross Mexico from Huehuetango, Guatemala to Laredo, TX. There are two long days but the rest is chill. I drove relaxed at 90-95 km/h max, even…
A Time Warp in the Baja Desert.

A Time Warp in the Baja Desert.

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As we traveled Baja California, we found ourselves meandering from the Pacific coast to the Sea of Cortez coast at the whim of Highway 1 and its remote gas stations. There’s no surf in Bahia de los Angeles, but we…
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San Miguel de Allende…again

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This is one of the places I cannot get tired of. I can walk around with a camera over and over again and always find something new or in a new light.…
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San Miguel de Allende – GoPro 4 Black

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Well I took my fancy Gopro Black 4 on town to SMA for a quick spin on my way to centro and back. From my point of view the “pro” part of the name can be left off, the camera…
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A night at Tecolote Beach

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Tecolote Beach is just a short drive outside of La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico.  All the Mexicans from La Paz love Tecolote and so do the all the travelers.  It offers a few miles of sandy beach, crystal clear water, spectacular…
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SCDLC

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One of those Mexican cities where is always exciting to arrive, San Cristobal de las Casas. At high altitude, colonial architecture, good campground, one of the best and affordable artisan markets. These are all GoPro 4 Black photos.…
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The Reason We Went ~

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While a big birthday was the impetus for planning the trip, Mexico’s Copper Canyon was the draw. While we were very pleasantly surprised to fall in love with Alamos and El Fuerte on the way, the Canyon was the planned…

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