Hi! My name is Arielle, and I am currently doing a program called Remote Year. That means I'm working remote while traveling abroad, writing about all the cool places I see in Latin America. Arielle Calderon Our last country on the itinerary is Mexico. So for our Remote Year farewell, we all went to Tepoztlan, a "magic town" south of Mexico City. Arielle Calderon Locals believe that aliens have been seen in the mountains many times. The quaint town is also filled with aura readers and crystals. Hence why it's known as the "magic town." Mstudioimages / Getty Images It takes about an hour and a half to get there from CDMX, and it's best to go in the morning to avoid traffic. Google The town itself is pretty small, and it is SUPER cute! Arielle Calderon The streets are lined with colorful decorations. Arielle Calderon The food is absolute perfection. Arielle Calderon And the drinks are CHEAP. Arielle Calderon It costs $3 USD for a 40 oz beer. But the main attraction of Tepoztlan is the hike up to the temple dedicated to the Aztec god of pulque, Mexico's oldest alcoholic beverage. Travel_nerd / Getty Images No, I'm not kidding. The hike itself is mainly rocky stairs, so it's not too strenuous. Mstudioimages / Getty Images But it does take about an hour to reach the top. Arielle Calderon And when you get there, you are rewarded with a beautiful view of the town below. Arielle Calderon Overall, it's a nice day trip to take if you're in the CDMX area. Arielle Calderon As always, safe travels! Arielle Calderon Arielle Calderon is a writer temporarily based in Latin America participating in Remote Year. Read all her Remote Year adventures on BuzzFeed.