Mexico

Mexico – All in All

10 weeks is a long time. I know quite a few of you have been reading my exuberant ramblings week after week; this post is just a quick recap on the Mexico series in case you’ve missed one of the posts.

The pictures listed below are links taking you to the individual posts. They are in order of publication, but you can read them in any order you like by clicking on the relevant image.

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About my arrival to Mexico, the obligatory culture shock, and slowly finding my place

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About the most wonderful sunrises and full moon I have ever seen.

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Visiting Valladolid, a vibrant town in the Yucatan, or as I called: experiencing the story of real chocolate and tequila.

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A day trip to Ria Lagartos, the home of the pink flamingos, enjoying a traditional Mayan spa treatment and a magical sunset on the way back.

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About spending a night in the jungle on a whim and finding a little oasis in the pueblo of Ek’ Balam.

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Visiting the ancient Mayan ruins of Ek’ Balam, climbing to the top of the Acropolis (the tallest structure), and swimming in a nearby cenote.

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Mexico is the land of colours. These are my recommendations of previously undiscussed places to see and things to do in Mexico.

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About food and eating in Mexico (includes tips on food safety to get you through your trip unscathed).

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A list of do’s and don’ts when travelling Mexico – Part I

A list of do's and don'ts when travelling Mexico - Part II

A list of do’s and don’ts when travelling Mexico – Part II

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My last day in Puerto Morelos


I hope you enjoyed reading about the trip once again.
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