Sally Wells
Sally Wells
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Sally Wells

The British-born writer first fell for Mexico’s magic while studying Spanish in Guadalajara. A decade later, she’s taken her time getting to know the country’s multifaceted personality, and now calls Puerto Vallarta home. Sally has always had a soft spot for the written word and finds inspiration in life’s subtleties as much as the big moments. She loves stepping into someone’s world, listening to their experiences, and making connections. A firm advocate for candid communication, Sally believes storytelling has the ability to empower, enlighten, and spark empathy. 



Get to know Sally better

To help you get to know Sally better, we sat down and asked her five quickfire questions about Mexico. Here’s what she had to say…

Describe Mexico in three words
Bright, diverse, magical.

Where’s your favorite place in Mexico?
The beaches to the south of Puerto Vallarta are just paradise – sometimes you can even see whales and dolphins. I also love the views from the top of the Cobá ruins in the Riviera Maya that stretch out to the horizon. I also couldn’t miss out the train ride from Los Mochis to Creel through the Copper Canyon.

Where would you next like to visit in Mexico?
Holbox Island to relax and see the whale sharks! I’d also love to head to Oaxaca to hike in the Sierra Madre and be immersed in nature.

What’s your favorite Mexican meal?
Ceviche and a mezcal cocktail.

How would you spend a dream day in Mexico?
I would wake up early to see the sunrise and do a morning yoga class. Then, I would spend the afternoon exploring an ancient ruin or hiking in nature. In the evening. I would have dinner with friends plus sunset drinks before some dancing, if possible, or hanging out in the main square and enjoying the atmosphere!