If I go to the same place twice, that means something: I fell in love. Incidentally, this does not apply to men, only to places. My first meeting with Oaxaca was two years ago and I knew for sure that I would come again.
Guadala ... what? That's the reaction of most people when I tell them about the city I've been living in for three years.
"There you MUST go!" - You can hear enough of such recommendations when traveling. But whenever it comes to Xilitla, the travelers are about to rush over with euphoria ... for a good reason.
Whaaaat? To Mexico as a backpacker? In this age? (Hello, I'm only 60, not an old woman). As a woman? And then alone? Is that not dangerous? Are not you boring? How many times have I heard these questions.
Would you smile for me?
Exactly! I mean you, dear reader. You just hurry over my lines with your eyes. Would you smile for me? If I smirked at you from cheeky eyes through my hipster glasses? And should I take your smile with you? Digitize it and pack it with a little note on the internet? For my blog. Yes?*
Mexico City - the third most populated city on earth. A good place to start couchsurfing?
Surfing as a life coach: What Susanne has learned while surfing instead of surfing.
In Mexico, I dive into the depths of the Wild West and discover a strange person.