Marketer by day, movie watcher by night. Culture aficionado.
Love to discover new places and meet new people. I like to travel as much as possible. If I won the lottery, I'd travel around the world.
At this stage, I'd suggest you stay wherever you can find accommodation :S The city is literally packed to the brim during the festival, and all hotels, hostels, guesthouses and rooms are booked. A lot of people have to stay in the nearby towns. The best weeks to go... See More
Hi everyone, Next weekend I'm going to have 24 free hours in Bogota and I'd like to know what I have to see. I'll be arriving on Sunday July 19th at 7:30 pm and leaving on Monday the 20th at 9 pm, so I'll have Sunday evening and all of Monday to enjoy... See More
I personally love Restaurant Pegaso, which has a variety of great food at really reasonable prices, in a venue that's relaxed and full of folklore. Another great option is Luna Rooftop Tapas at the Rosewood hotel, which has an... See More
For your field, the best option by far is Mexico City. It has the biggest pool of companies anywhere in the country. Also, you'll never go bored in that city as there's always tons of things to do. If you don't want a city as chaotic... See More
In addition to Al's response, you should make time to explore the area around Tulum, which is about 1 hour South of Cancun. Plenty of good food in the village, you can swim in the "cenotes" around the area, and the pyramids... See More
Same thing for Mexico: it's pretty safe down here, as long as you use common sense: there's some rough neighborhoods in every city you should avoid, as well as walking down deserted streets at night or attracting too much attention, just like in any city. See More
Last time I was in Whistler, we went to a restaurant called Araxi Restaurant + Bar, right in the village. It's one of the best eating experiences I've had in my life, period. Great variety of meals (cooked with local products in many... See More
There's plenty to do around Mexico City: - Can't miss: San Juan Teotihuacan, one of the most impressive pre hispanic sites in the continent. Located 45 mins out of Mexico City, plenty of day tours available. Bring your walking... See More
I'll be in Austin from Nov. 13-17 and I really want to experience the city. I know there's a lot to do and a few days won't be enough, but if you could point me to 2 or 3 things I absolutely can't miss, it'll help a lot to plan my activities.... See More
In popular destinations for foreign tourists, like Cancun or Vallarta, it's pretty common to pay/tip in dollars, so that shouldn't be an issue. It's not customary or necessary, but if that's easier for you, go ahead. You can tip everyone at hotels in dollars,... See More