Colima, Mexico may just be one of Mexico’s best spots for off the beaten path cultural, culinary and adventure travel.
Mexico has always been a special place for me. It was the first country I visited in 2010 when I left my career, boyfriend, apartment, and friends indefinitely. I cried through most of it but locals were so kind.
Mexico is my happy place. There’s something so special about Mexico and its people. I can never say no to a trip.
This time I was invited to attend the ATMEX in Colima, Mexico – now before you keel over laughing because I hate hiking and pretty much all adventure travel, I should say there is also a cultural component to the event.
And food is at the heart of culture.
I arranged to arrive a few days before the conference, so I could explore on my own. The state of Colima is one of the most underrated culinary regions and I needed to have a few days to my own, undistracted, just to walk and eat…and walk and eat…and then stop for a drink.
Why Don’t You Know About Colima in Mexico?
Colima, Mexico is both a city and a state. Colima city is the capital of the state by the same name in central Mexico on the Pacific coast with over 150,000 people. It’s located to the south of the State of Jalisco, where the popular tourist destination of Puerto Vallarta is found. […]
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