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Hi, I'm Janine!
In 2010 I applied to a study abroad program in Mexico on a whim. After spending 8 months living and traveling in Mexico I knew this was where I belonged. In 2017 I moved back for good. On my blog, Janine in the World, I’m sharing all the Mexico travel tips I learned the hard– errr, embarrassing way, so fellow solo travelers can visit Mexico confidently and safely.
About Cassie and Shay, the Bucketlist Bombshells Founders Cassie and Shay are the millennial women behind The Bucketlist Bombshells Academy. This course teaches you the business strategies you need to translate the skills from the other courses (or skills that you already have!) into a thriving online business. Individuals building a blogging business: The skills taught in the Tech and Design skills courses will definitely come in handy (especially if you’ve never built a website before), but the courses do not teach how to build a blogging business. If you’re looking for a way to expedite building an online business, there’s a good chance some (or all) of the Bucketlist Bombshells courses can help.
If you’re planning a trip to Mexico’s Riviera Maya or Yucatán peninsula, you’ve surely heard mention of cenotes. With their refreshing water and scenic settings, it’s no wonder that cenote swimming is such a popular activity for visitors to Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula. Of the cenotes near Tulum, this one is less built up and it’ll feel much like you’re walking into someone’s back garden. If you’re someone who likes hidden gems, skip the more popular cenotes and head to Cenote Caracol – an underground cenote complex near Tulum that feels like you’re swimming in a cave.
The journey takes about 5 hours by bus from Mexico City’s Central de Autobuses del Norte bus station (Central Norte). To reach Guanajuato from Mexico City you’ll need to leave from Mexico City’s northern bus terminal, called Central Norte. If you’re headed to Central Norte from the Mexico City airport, I estimate that it will cost you less than 200 pesos (or $12 USD) and take about 30 minutes, but this will vary depending on the time of day and the traffic situation. Futura buses also tend to cost about $600 MXN for this route, but in my experience, they aren’t as nice as the other two bus lines.
This place is a little paradise located at the base of a canyon in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico. It’s very close to Mexico City, so if you are staying there, it’s a perfect weekend trip from the city to go with your friends or family. It’s easy to arrive at Grutas Tolantongo from Mexico City, you have two options to get there: Getting from Mexico City to Grutas de Tolantongo by car: The Grutas de Tolantongo are divided into four parts: the main cave, the tunnel, the little pools, and the river.