Who knew over 20 years ago when Dave Miller first visited Mexico that it would become his adopted country.
Since that first visit, Dave has facilitated hundreds of groups traveling in Mexico. It takes a special person to be able to bridge the divide between the to cultures. Equally at home in the typical suburban three bedroom home in the United States or the small block home in a village in Mexico, Dave is that guy.
For the family who has never traveled in Mexico, to the person who is ready to venture off the typical tourist trail and explore something new, Dave Miller's Mexico brings a unique perspective. It is a perspective gleaned from years of travel and experiences that few will ever match.
Join him on his journey and experience Mexico as few have, step by step as he seeks to share the culture, the art, the food and the richest resource of all, the people of Mexico with you.
Often times your hotel can make or break your vacation. Dave breaks down some of the options for you if Oaxaca is on your list of places to visit in Mexico. Yes the teachers are protesting in Oaxaca. And that means there is some real uncertainty in the area right now. […]
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Most people will never get a chance to enjoy the great variety of mezcals made in Mexico. One of the reasons for that is simple geography. You’ve got to be near the source, or you’re not gonna have many options. Let’s face it, it is only at a palenque that […]
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