I got ot know Coyoacán taking a tour bus which stopped at the southern circuit, and we had only 12 hours to get to seeas much as possible of the vast Mexico City. But I left wanting more. Walking through its narrow streets, colonial houses and looking into the house of Frida Kalo, which is the blue photo. Coyoacán is one of the zones of the city where you can see the colonial legacy, as if a few decades ago a village on the outskirts of the city, is now fully within it, but still retains its traditional character, which together with its lovely squares, streets and houses, has attracted a big number of artists, which has given this area a nice bohemian feel.
My Partner and I went to Cancun, Mexico for our 5 year anniversary! We have both always wanted to see the beautiful blue water and feel the white sand in between our toes. As soon as we landed we were welcomed and greeted. I felt like I was at home. However, what set this trip apart was one night I will never forget. My partner woke me up at 11:59 PM and stated that she wanted me to see the moon light on the water. I was super excited and ran to the balcony. As we sat watching the moonlight on the ocean she began to play "Marry Me" by Train.