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The Tree of Tule (Arbol del Tule) near Oaxaca City

The Tree of Tule (or Arbol del Tule in Spanish) is known as the world’s largest tree by mass, and is a great

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Mexico City Highlights | Nomadic Bones

Mexico City Highlights

Mexico City is such a vast place that whichever turn you make you will find something

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Teotihuacan | Nomadic Bones

Visiting Teotihuacan without a Guide

Teotihuacan, or the Temple of the Sun, is an expansive ancient archaeological site and perfect for a visit on a day trip that can be taken from Mexico City.

Teotihuacan | Nomadic Bones

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Lucha Libre | Nomadic Bones

Attending Lucha Libre in Mexico City Without a Tour

Lucha Libre is ingrained in Mexican culture as a spectacle and full of entertainment, but also as somewhere where you can cheer for

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Sayulita | Nomadic Bones

Yoga Flows in Sayulita

Being a yogi, travelling on the road can be a bit tough to keep up with my daily practice. Even if you’re not a frequent yogi

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Sayulita | Nomadic Bones

4 Days in Sayulita, Mexico

There are so many things to do and see in Sayulita in Mexico that 4 days really doesn’t seem enough. For us, it felt like we’d only just touched

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Universal Studios | Nomadic Bones

The Best and Worst of Universal Studios Florida

Universal Studios in Florida has many amazing things to do (what modern theme park doesn’t?), but as with most

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Disney's Animal Kingdom | Nomadic Bones

Going on Safari at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom | Nomadic Bones

Disney’s Animal Kingdom was one of our favourite parks, and not just for the rides. And whilst we don’t condone the

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Airboating | Nomadic Bones

Seeking Florida Gators on an Airboat Ride

Florida is famous for its alligators, so much so that it has even named one of its football establishments after them (the Gators of course).

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Rocket Garden Kennedy Space Centre | Nomadic Bones

Visiting the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral

Recently Rachel and I were fortunate enough to make our way out to see what NASA has been up to at Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Centre

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