Photo Essay: The Airbnb Mexico Experiment

For those of you keeping score, I’m very happy these days. Yeah, I’m tired of that song but the feeling never gets old. Isn’t it crazy how hard it can be to just embrace positivity and happiness sometimes?

Healthy relationships and inner happiness are all that matter in this life. Don’t get it twisted, both of these lead to success and goals achieved, but in the end it’s the intangible that you and I will both crave. Be adamant and honest about your goals, real in your relationships and positive in all of your interactions and the world will open up to you.

That’s why taking vacations with people you care about is especially important. All at the same time, you and those close to you choose to put aside any worries you may all have and just embrace the moment together. That’s a dope thing. This past weekend, me and my homies made a trip to a lavish Airbnb in Mexico and we’re all better off for it. The place came with 4 bedrooms, an ocean view and even DirecTV for the World Cup. We brought booze, food and a readiness for the turn up. Here’s to that trip and to the next one, which is thankfully already booked.

It should be noted that all of the following pictures were taken within the first 3 hours of being in Mexico. I was having a little too much fun to wield a camera all day. As it should be.

“When dentures prevent your smile, these adventures will fill your eyes with love.” –Elbow

Airbnb Mexico, Round 1

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Airbnb Mexico

Author: Eric White

Eric graduated Ohio University in 2012 with a degree in Advertising and immediately went out to San Diego, California to start not using his degree. At the start of 2013, Eric quit his job, let his lease run out and started backpacking North America. Eric has worked with Amtrak, Crowdtap, HootSuite and others, and currently lives in Los Angeles, CA... when not on the road.

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  1. These shots are dope man…bookin juan next time we are in town

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