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6 inspiring spring traditions from around the world

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Photo © Tabea Mathern I don’t know about you, but I really suck at the new years resolution thing. As my culture celebrates the turning of the year in January and I somehow always miss leaving wintery Berlin in time, I often start into the year being freezing cold and not as motivated as my resolutions demand. True story. Having said that, the good news[...]

A happy day in Bacalar, Mexico

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Travel destinations are like (potential) lovers: Sometimes you’ve been flirting forever, while others just appear out of nowhere. Some need to grow on you, for others you fall hard right away... love truly is a mysterious thing! During a quite spontaneous and wonderful trip through Quintana Roo and Yucatan, Mexico it happened - I spotted sparkly, turq[...]

Why I'll never regret moving to Mexico for Love

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It was one year ago, when I worked for a French tour operator as a kids' entertainer in all-inclusive hotels. My company sent me to a different location every 6 months, and I really liked my job even if it was difficult sometimes. I was far away from my home, friends and family. I had to work long hours and be in a good mood all the time. However, it was a g[...]

6 Reasons why You'll Fall for Mexico

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Mexico – already the name of this breathtaking country awakens more emotions, stereotypes and expectations than many others. Most people instantly connect it with tasty food; some might think of the rhythmical sounds of typical Mariachi bands accompanying wild, loud fiestas while others rather associate it with the view of endless beaches and palm trees l[...]

Rediscovering Mexico: When a Mexican Expat moves back Home

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For the past 8 years, I have lived outside Mexico and travelled to different continents to see “the world out there”. From Europe to South America and the Caribbean, I have seen outstandingly beautiful places and eaten the most exquisite dishes. However, all this time spent abroad grew in me the wish to get to know my own country - a place I barely knew. I r[...]

Meet the couple who turned a school bus into a tiny home and road tripped America

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Selima Taibi and Felix Starck aren't just an ordinary couple: They both lead exceptionally creative lives and aren't afraid to dream big. Most recently, they turned a school bus into a loft and then road tripped America together with their dog Rudi. Felix is a filmmaker ("Pedal the World"), Selima, who is called Mogli most of the time, works as a singer-song[...]

5 Must-visit places in Mexico

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We've written a lot about Mexico before: we shamelessly professed our love for Tulum, gone on and on about La Paz (time and again), and given tips about Mexico City. But what can we say? There's something enchanting about this country that keeps calling us back for more. More adventure, more delicious food, more cultural immersion. It's true that places like[...]

“Mom I’m fine” - How one world traveler is earning his son of the year badge

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I’m sure none of us have ever come across overprotective parents in our lives. Like, how do you even spell that word? Jonathan Quinonez (and his Mom) are from Mexico. From the beginning of this year, he decided 27 years would be a good age to start a completely new life and travel the world. Good guy. #skydiving #sky #MomImFine #skylovers #mexico #[...]

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