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Mexico; photopost

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It’s time for Mexico!

The story about my trip there will follow soon, now I’d like to start with a gallery, like I always do with big important posts not to upload way too much content at once. Enjoy the views of Cancun, Chichen-Itza and small Mexican villages where you meet no tourists.

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welcome to Yucatán! I was so excited that woke up at 5 a.m. my first morning there to run to the beach and watch the sun rising. It was so much worth a sleepless night!

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On my way to the Maya pyramids I stopped at Valladolid village to see some real Mexican routine life, not just the fabulous hotels on the ocean coast

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People are so nice there! They all smiled at me when saw a camera and nodded as I was asking if I could take a pic. The kids were just getting shy so were there moms, and older people all waved. I spoke almost no Spanish at that time and I got lost, no one speaks a single word in English, but some ladies so desperately tried to help me! Adorable.

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Here we go! I finally made it to the archeological site of Chichen-Itza

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