Entries by Suzanne Buller

San Luis Potosi

Mexico has no shortage of beautiful towns and cities. San Luis Potosi is no exception. We fell in love with this beautiful city. The Historical Centre is drop-dead gorgeous. There are so many museums that we didn’t have time to explore them all. San Luis Potosi also referred to as SLP, has many industries, including […]


There is a new hotel on the beach in Melaque, Casa Leon Hotel. Some people like it, others don’t. Some don’t want the town to change from its small fishing/tourist town; others welcome the change. Whatever your opinion, progress is inevitable. There is progress happening all over Melaque. Hotels are renovating and adding additions, and […]

Jocotepec, Mexico

“In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.” Jocotepec, Mexico, is on the west side of Lake Chapala. It is a small, seemingly unassuming traditional town, but what isn’t apparent at first is that just outside this town are miles and miles of greenhouses or coverings for berries. Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries […]

Scotland Day Five

Day five of our tour saw us visiting the Glenfinnan Viaduct. This is from the Harry Potter movie and the Hogwart Express. The Glenfinnan Viaduct, just north of Glenfinnan and about a half an hour west of Fort William. Our guide timed it so that we had time to hike up the hill – one […]

Scotland Day Four

On day four, we headed to the Isle of Skye and a two-night stay in Portree. Portree is a picturesque little town on the Isle of Skye. It is the largest town on Skye. The houses are painted in different colours—a photographer’s dream. After settling in our accommodations, we travelled north to the Trotternish Ridge. […]

Scotland Day Three

On day three, we headed to River Droma to see the 60m plunge into the River Droma. The walk to a Victorian suspension bridge is short but steep. Once there, you can see one of the most spectacular gorges and view a series of crashing waterfalls. Corrieshalloch Gorge is designated a National Nature Reserve. The […]

Scotland – Day two

Day two: The first stop was to Assynt’s mountains to the Highland Folk Museum, where they have recreated Baile Gean Township faithful to the original site’s archaeology. The buildings look as though they had been there for centuries. The museum sits on 80 acres, and we did not have enough time to see it all. […]


  My last trip before going to Mexico and before Covid was to Scotland and Ireland. It is not like it was not on my bucket list – everywhere in the world is on that list – but it wasn’t at the top. Which, considering Scotland is where my ancestors are from, was strange. But, […]