The allure and romance of the Mayan ruins in Mexico has always fascinated visitors. But one Mayan ruin lures more people every year than most of the others combined. More than Ek Balam (my favorite Mayan ruin in Mexico)… More than… View Post

So many places in Mexico feel like other worlds. Magical worlds. Stunning riots of color and vibrancy coupled with rich, cultural heritage. Oh I miss it so much! And today’s travel post just so happens to be on one of… View Post

When you think of the Yucatán most people think of beaches, Mayan ruins (like those at Chichen Itza, Tulum, or the lesser-known Ek Balam), cenotes, and… if I’m being honest… margaritas. But the Yucatán Peninsula has a rich cultural history… View Post

As a die-hard foodie and travel-obsessed blogger I can think of few places that excite me more than the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico. Often considered a country unto its own (read more about the Yucatán’s push for independence from Mexico… View Post

Whenever I travel I can’t help but turn into a food tourist. I never mean to be. Well I only half mean to be. But it always happens. It’s in my nature as a food photographer — I must seek… View Post