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COOL HOUSE + TRIP STOP IN GUADALAJARA

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When we checked out the vintage radio table in this beautiful house, agh! We wanted to take it home so bad! Our abuelitas used to have things like these, and we just can’t understand why it’s not in our inheritance. 

So we mentioned somewhere in our blog before that our first trip together (just as friends) was Puerto Vallarta, but before we got to Puerto Vallarta we actually got to Guadalajara first. It was right on our way to PV when we “felt" something different, and what came next is history. Back then, we had a very historical/traditional idea of Guadalajara. Visiting El Teatro Degollado, El Panteón de Belén, and even the City Zoo. Guess in a way it’s good that we already have all of those touristy places covered so every time we go back we get to explore new things hapening in the city. Guadalajara is really hitting it off with mexican-modern design. And fun. Design in México is always about fun + crafts, just like Mercado México + Romea (breakfast to die for!) which were a few stops we did on this trip. We always feel so lucky our work takes us through so many amazing places in México (a donde apunte la chancla!), 'cause there’s just no better place than home and we love to see how our home is changing and evolving into a very exciting destination for so many people.

Guadalajara: you’re just our favorite stop ever! Shall see you again very soon :)

 

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DRIFT SAN JOSÉ WEEKEND GETAWAY

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A couple of months ago, we were in San José del Cabo just as a little getaway and this week we were back, but this time to do a proposal + engagement shoot with the most amazing couple. We. Love. San. José! It’s a super warm town away from the Cabo madness and home to such creative + cool concepts. We are so happy to share a few images of our experience from the previous time we were there.

We had our stay in Drift- inspired by the modern Baja ranch life. Spent our days wandering around the concrete, steel and wood by day, and at the Mezcal Bar by night. We also worked our way through the town. Had coffee LAB to boost up, breakfast twice in Lolita Café (because it was just too perfect), and the most amazing time eating tacos in La Revolución- photographing its walls, art pieces, and enjoying the most perfect gin cocktail at the rooftop in Dalton Gin Bar. Get dinner over Acre Baja and you will never want to leave- (that place is insane!). Does all of this sound like paradise? It was pretty much like it! We just cannot wait to come back and do it all over again!

 

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TOURLUM

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We used to think we so not were beach kind of people. Well, we still aren’t that much, but we are working our way to it (like it’s hard work or something!) So what’s a beach person anyway? Let’s just start again and say, we are free-spirited and Tulum completely stole our hearts! Riding our bikes- feeling the jungleness- embracing a warm day with some delicious matcha & coconut ice-cream from Matcha Mama- Tulum is all about nature and creativity. You will find the most trending places you’ve ever dreamed of, the most heavenly natural food and the most beautiful palm trees you’ve ever seen. A few stops: Raw Love for acai bowls & smoothies, Mina Tulum for dinner, Casa Jaguar for shopping and cocktails. Do you have any recommendations or stories you want to share? Get in touch and let us know! We would love to hear from you :)

 

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THE COLORS OF MÉRIDA

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What a dream to walk around the streets of Mérida! From visiting a lovely pink hotel at Rosas & Xocolate to shopping tea leaves and having coffee at Coqui Coqui, that weekend was full of colors, details and inspiration. Wish we could’ve stayed for a longer time (don’t we all!) as we had a few places on our list we missed, but now we have another great excuse to come back ♡ Oh, and just in case you’re wondering about the cool bar, it’s called La Negrita Cantina. If you’re stopping by, make sure you go with a half empty stomach as they will fill you up with tons of botanas to pair up your booze :) Cool bar uh!