We Took the Southern Route

It is amazing how long-term budget travel changes your preconceptions of what’s a schedule, what’s a route, what’s a plan. We woke up that morning with no idea that we would be sleeping on a bus and waking up in a city bordering Belize the next day. That openness to change is both liberating and terrifying for someone like me who loves and finds comfort in plans.

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Sarah Comes to Visit : Mexico Edition

It is impossible to be bored in Mexico City, there’s always something to be done. If you like to dance, you can be sure there are dance classes within walking distance of where you are staying. You like food? There’s a myriad of affordable and delicious places within a 3-block radius. Don’t feel like walking? Just wait on the street long enough and some tacos de canasta will come by. It’s always a pleasure to show my city to friends!

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Texas

While I was experiencing New Mexico for the first time while Andrea reminisced about her high school days, in Dallas it was my turn to walk down memory lane. I moved there during a time of personal exploration, professional development, and putting down roots in a fun, new place.

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