Posts Tagged Mexico

Sailing the “Happy Coast” with Dad

If you were to make a graph, where age is the x-axis and parent/child animosity is the y-axis, you would get the most perfect bell curve a TI-86 calculator could produce. Everyone’s bell curve is a little different in size, but it’s ultimately the same in shape. I am 26 years old and have finally […]

To Chiapas, and Beyond!

****This is an old post, but a necessary one. Sorry for the late update**** Chiapas represented two things for Panache; the last stop in Mexico before crossing into El Salvador (I decided to skip Guatemala), and a well-needed oasis after tackling the feared Golfo de Tehuantepec. The Tehuantepec has a certain mythology about it for […]