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Eduardo Vargas Torrado

Recent Posts

What to bring on a tour to Teotihuacan

Posted by Eduardo Vargas Torrado on Jul 11, 2018 10:38:17 AM

In my quest to explore everything that is awesome in Mexico, I found a truly amazing tour that is a MUST in your visit to Mexico, this is Teotihuacan.

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How to get bus tickets in Mexico

Posted by Eduardo Vargas Torrado on Jul 3, 2018 1:43:03 PM

We found that booking bus tickets in Mexico was a problem for foreigners when they are not in Mexico yet, because ticket dealers in the country does not accept any foreign credit card. This is because its website was not built to sell worldwide. So, Wayak made an analysis for you to take the best option for booking bus tickets, and here is a small list of inconvenient things we found in the bus ticket dealer website:

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Topics: mexico

What to bring on an air balloon ride over Teotihuacan

Posted by Eduardo Vargas Torrado on Jun 27, 2018 1:06:17 PM

Having an air balloon ride is for sure a memorable experience for a romantic occasion or even for a family trip. So, its been a long time since I wanted to talk about what to bring on one of these rides, because I’m sure you are asking yourself if some things are able to bring on board and what things are not.

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Topics: teotihuacan, ciudad de mexico

Five things you can do in Merida

Posted by Eduardo Vargas Torrado on Jun 20, 2018 11:36:00 AM

With its popular given nickname of “Ciudad Blanca”, Mérida is one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico because of its gastronomy, historical places and its closeness to important archaeological sites and beautiful beaches. It is a very quiet and peaceful city full of customs and traditions, and having the idea of passing some days of your trip in it, is definitely a good idea because there is always something to enjoy, no matter your age or preferences. I could keep talking about Merida’s history and its beautifulness, but it would be a very long post… I love Merida!

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Topics: Yucatan, Mérida