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Mexican scene Beatle

I have lived in Mexico since 2010, and have spent the last two years writing about Mexico in a freelance capacity. Mexico is my passion and I have travelled extensively through the country, learning about its diversity of culture, gastronomy, landscape and history. I consider myself an expert in all things Mexican- particularly Oaxaca, Chiapas and Mexico City.

Services I Offer

Writing services

  • Articles: Mexico specific; travel tips, volunteering in Mexico, Mexican festivals, historical and cultural information etc
  • Blogs: As above
  • Website Copy: Especially for websites with content about Mexico
  • Promotional Copy: Leaflets, flyers with information relating to Mexico
  • Research and Advice for authors writing about Mexico

Fixer Services

  • Location Scouting: For film/ tv/ documentaries/ radio
  • Introduction: Setting up interviews, site visits, introduction to photographers etc for journalists coming to Mexico
  • Research for articles, films, documentaries etc

Tourism

  • Hotel reviews
  • Restaurant reviews
  • Tour reviews

Miscellaneous

  • Translations: Spanish to English and English to Spanish
  • Sourcing: Goods from Mexico to send abroad (Handicrafts, Foodstuffs etc)

Drop me a line at info [at] mexicoretold [dot] com to discuss your needs. I look forward to hearing from you.

Also do check out Mexico Retold’s sister site Volunteer Oaxaca to find out all about Volunteering in this fantastic city.

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    • For sure! It starts from Frontera Corozal, which is roughly 1 hour south of Bonampak. You will see the signs on the road directing you off to Frontera Corozal (the road down to Frontera Corozal is a bumpy one). There will be lots of people offering boat rides. Try to group up with others to reduce the cost of the trip. There were about 8 of us and we paid $120 mxn each. If you decide to stay there( frontera corozal), the cabañas Escudo Jaguar are nice. You can camp there too. Enjoy! Feel free to email me at info@mexicoretold.com for more info.

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