Our month in the capital city of San Luis Potosí, Mexico, is at its end. But we can’t leave until we share our favorite experiences with you!
We’re especially grateful to our new local friend, Esteban Horner, for taking us behind-the-scenes to places that are normally off-limits (or so secret people don’t know they can visit). Wait until you watch this footage!
In addition to seeing the inside of the oldest theater in Mexico, which is closed to the general public, AND seeing the exact site of San Luis Potosí’s tragic dam collapse that took place in 1933, we also received special access to a first-class museum.
Museo Laberinto, San Luis Potosí’s arts and science museum, gave us special permission to film during our visit. We were blown away by the high-quality of the hands-on exhibits and learning opportunities. Museo Laberinto even has a 3D movie theater, where Caspian and I got to watch a beautiful film about life in the Pacific Ocean.
We’re already missing our favorite food in the city. Make sure you watch our video to experience our favorite breakfast buffet and dinner choice in San Luis Potosí. There are so many good options in a city this large, and we’ve tried a lot of them, so that says a lot about our favorites.
We are traveling on the current of one discovery after discovery. Just when we think we don’t have words to describe what we’re experiencing, another gorgeous town or touching human interaction comes our way. Even though we’ve been here once before, interior Mexico is so vast and diverse that we’re in a world of personal “firsts.”
We have a delight in store for you this coming Thursday, Nov. 18. In our next video, we take you into a tropical land of waterfalls and turquoise waters. You won’t believe the world of difference, only three-and-a-half hours from the city of San Luis Potosí. And we get back into our Jeep home on wheels!
We’re excited to share it all with you.