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Category Archives: Mexico
The best of Yucatan: the ultimate guide!
The Yucatan peninsula in Mexico offers stunning cenotes (fresh water sinkholes), vibrant cities, colonial towns, and rich Maya ruins in the jungle or along the coast, not to forget the delicious Mexican food, probably the best one in Central America. Keep traveling!
Beyond the postcard of Central America, another reality
Central America is a big playground for travelers: stunning and varied landscapes, rich ancient history, beautiful ruins, good food, kind people, and often more affordable than western countries. The other side of the coin is the recent history of most countries, between political instabilities, civil wars, military coups, revolutions, corruption, drug trafficking, gangs, and refugees. Keep reading
The off-the-beaten path spectacular Maya ruins of Uxmal, Mexico
Leaving the flat plains, the mid-day Mérida to Campeche bus takes a winding road as it reaches the Puuc (“hill”) region of Yucatán. It struggles to go up among the never-ending forests. Towards the hills, a high stone structure appears Keep traveling!
The façades of Mérida, Mexico
Mérida is the capital of Yucatan. It is a lively city with its busy markets, local restaurants and comedores, loud Latin music in every store, painted façades, screaming birds on the main square where locals meet at sunset to chat on a bench.
If Mérida is famous for its colorful painted façades, Keep traveling!
The mysterious wonders of Chichén Itza, Mexico
The early morning sunlight warms up my skin. Birds are singing as loud as they can while hiding themselves in the exotic tree tops. The earth smells humid from the night before as we walk towards a big clearing. It strikes me: Keep traveling!
The stunning Maya ruins of Tulum on the Caribbean Sea, Mexico
It is slightly past 8am and the sun has been up for less than one hour. The Caribbean Sea cools me down a bit as it is quite hot already and I feel the strong sun rays on my face. I stop swimming to Keep traveling!
Discovering the Maya underwater world in Mexico
The beam of my torch lights up stalactites and stalagmites. The water is so clear that it is hard to believe. A few grey fishes evolve in the darkness. Only my breathing breaks this underwater silence while Keep traveling!