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Mexico travel tips from a long-term expat

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Unique Places to Stay in Mexico

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Teotihuacan Hot Air Balloon Flight: All You Need to Know

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Seeing Teotihuacan by hot air balloon is undoubtedly one of the best experiences I’ve had in Mexico.…

Hola! I’m Nellie

I’m a travel writer, book author, serial expat and fun mum. Having traveled to over 140 countries and lived in seven of them, I am now a long-term expat in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

As the co-author of Lonely Planet’s newest Mexico guidebook, I know a thing or two about my adopted home. On this Mexico travel blog, I’ll be sharing everything I’ve learned about Mexico: from its amazing foods to the mysterious cenotes, from world-famous Mayan ruins to lesser-know corners.

Join me on my journey as I dig deep and go under the surface of Mexico. Read more about my travels worldwide on

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Beaches and Islands

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Colonial Towns

Mexican Festivals

Popular Mexico Destinations

Mexico City

Mexico’s city is massive, energetic, and frankly, misunderstood. Go a little deeper and you’ll discover a dynamic, multi-faceted city brimming with culture, history and character.


Poised along the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum is famed for its crystal-clear turquoise water, cenotes (underwater caves), and well-preserved Mayan archaeological site.


Colorful, spirited and deeply rooted in traditions: Oaxaca is the Mexico that people dream of. It truly captures the soul of the country like nowhere else, with its flamboyant festivals, indigenous culture and historic architecture.

San Miguel de Allende

Pastel colored colonial buildings and leafy green parks line the enchanting cobblestoned streets; church bell towers ring and the smell of jacaranda flowers fill the air. With a magical setting and a distinct European flair, San Miguel de Allende has stolen the hearts of many, including mine.

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