Where to Travel Based on Your Myers-Briggs Type
Now that we are outside of hurricane season for Mexico’s Caribbean coast, it’s time to post some travel guides to Mexico.
I’ve been to Mexico more than 25 times in the last 15 years. I lived in Playa del Carmen for two months last winter. It’s close, cheap, beautiful, fun, and has no Covid restrictions. I really think it’s one of the best places for Americans to travel this winter.
I’ve compiled a list of the best articles on the internet for visiting and/or moving to Mexico. If you are curious about life south of the border, you’ll find all the information you need in the links below.
I hope you enjoy Mexico as much as I have. Please contact me if you have any questions.
This is quality safety advice for solo female travelers. Male travelers would benefit by following most of these rules as well.
One of my favorite activities to do in foreign countries is to go hiking. I can’t think of many international trips I’ve taken that didn’t have at least some component of hiking involved.
I really like hiking at night as well, but not many people do it. In fact, the article below is the first article I’ve ever seen on the topic.
I will echo the author’s advice about having a good headlamp. I’ve found it to be essential for traversing wooded areas and when there is little starlight/moonlight in the sky.
Enjoy the article. I’d encourage you to plan a night hike soon.