How To Make The Most Out Of Your Time In Mexico


Advice from a Black Expat

Amara Amaryah describes herself as a poet and travel writer of Jamaican descent, check out how she refers to Mexico as “the experience of a lifetime“.

Whether it’s your first trip or you’re a regular in the land of Mexico, everyone needs a reminder to make the most of their time in Mexico. Traveling to Mexico is one of those experiences that you remember for a lifetime. Living as a nomad or an expat in the country will teach some things about traveling and yourself.

As one of the favored locations for Black travelers looking to reside in Latin America, there are a few things to keep in mind when making the move. Here is how to make the most of your (surely life-changing) time in Mexico.

Travel around, often

Veracruz. Courtesy: Amara Amaryah
Veracruz. Courtesy: Amara Amaryah

First things first, you know a trip to Mexico begs a little road trip. Whether you travel by ADO (the main bus service around the country) or you’re catching flights, it is really worth seeing the different faces of Mexico.

Mexico is a very easy country to travel around and it is a gorgeous place to wander.

Click here to read the complete original article by Amara Amaryah on Travel Noire

Source: Travel Noire

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