Don’t leave dreams in the pillow

After spending +4 weeks in Oaxaca and having a blast around I started feeling a little bit trapped and sick of it. At my downtimes I read a book, it helped me forget bout time and space. Kinda like an auto therapy..

To be honest, I don’t remember the name of the book but it was about reaching goals, dreams, and motivational factors. Those kind of books that really catch my attention.

One night, I was finishing a chapter and the overall message of it was that you shouldn’t leave dreams in the pillow..

For example; if you dreamed that you had a nice expensive car….don’t wake up next morning and just say “Ohh I was driving a cool car, but yea it was a dream”

Fuck that, if you dream it…it’s because of something. You want it and you can make it possible. So work hard and thrive to accomplish it. Make that dream not be a dream anymore..

Anyways, one night at Oaxaca I had a dream I was in a big……big city, full of lights, full of energy, full of happiness, I didn’t knew what city was it or where it was but I knew I wanted to be there..

Guess what I did?…….yes, pack…move on and look for it!

Playa Zipolite, Oaxaca – San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas.
560 km to happiness.

I don’t follow people. I follow dreams.
Back on the road..

Hierve el Agua


I can say one of Oaxaca’s hottest spot…just search it on instagram and you’ll find hundreds of flicks of it!

but it’s not only a picture moment on this natural infinity pool and petrified waterfall..

Take the most of it..

First of all, if you want to arrive to the place..which is 70km away or so from Oaxaca city either take a tour or a local taxi towards the town of Mitla.

I’ll choose taxi, you’ll get the local experience and it’s cheaper. Like 20 pesos..

After, you stop at Mitla you get a truck ride to the top of the hill which is crazy amazing! Have to experience it for sure! The price 50 pesos and obviously you can always deal a better price..

When you arrive to Hierve el Agua it has an entry fee of 30 pesos or so  and you are free to dip in the water and try the local food around.

My advice is to take a towel and swimming outfit to have the full experience plus the water has healing minerals to what I heard.

As a recommendation for those active junkies…take it as an exercise and do a trail running all the way to the top! You’ll love it!

Don’t miss Hierve el Agua, a perfect day trip and even a night camping stay to enjoy over the hills!