10 Best Restaurants for Vegetarians in Merida, Mexico

Merida offers vegetarian options for everything from Mexican food to traditional Yucatan fare to Israeli and Peruvian cuisine and more!

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What’s Going on Around Here? Big Changes Coming to Joy and Journey

I’ve realized that one of the hardest things about being a woman and living outside of your “home” country is the lack of community.

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My Sixth Mexico Move and A Short Blogging Hiatus

A “what not to do” explanation of our first rental experience in Puerto Vallarta.

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Experiencing Day of the Dead in Mexico City in 2018

The dates and times for the best events for Day of the Dead 2018 in Mexico City.

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Tuesday Travel Tools: Multiway Travel Dress

The multiway clothing of today is high quality, made with natural-fiber fabrics, and flatteringly fitted.

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Seven on Saturday: Summer Bucket Lists, Dirt You Can Eat, and Tea

From how this summer is ending up (with a bucket list) to all-natural, so-safe-you-can-eat-it insecticide

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Everything You Need to Know About Experiencing Day of the Dead in Mixquic

Day of the Dead is best experienced in San Andres Mixquic, Mexico. Here’s how to do it!

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Tuesday Travel Tools: Travel Power Bank

Never lose Google Maps or Uber to a dead phone again.

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6 Reasons Mixquic is the Best Place to Experience Day of the Dead in Mexico

Thinking of coming to Mexico for Day of the Dead? San Andres Mixquic is where you should go if you want to be based in Mexico City!

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Tuesday Travel Tools: Packing Cubes

Packing cubes are an absolute necessity for any length trip.

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