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Travel Blogs from Valladolid
Mi perro tiene no nariz
How does he smell
Perdon seņor. No hablo ingles.
I think you probably had to be there.
Suffereing a little today as were now in Valladolid (bayadoyid) A couple of hours away from the shore breeze which means sweat sweat and more sweat. Our transfer was uneventful we managed to get …
Unfortunately my camera still has a bit of a virus so I can not upload any pictures at this time. I will load them later when I have sorted it out. If you want to see photos of Coba just to a google search for other peoples photos :)
Skip the sleep in today and head straight to the bus station as soon as I wake up. Make it to the station …
Had bit of a sleep in today before heading to the bus station for the move to the colonial town of Valladolild. The bus ride only took about 2 hours.
Today was the first time I realized how good the GPS could be on my phone. On the bus ride I picked a hotel from the guide book, found the reference on the map and plugged the coordinates in …
After three nights we headed back to Cancun to get the bus to Valladolid. We had a bit of a drama on the way as Becky forgot her pin number and my cards wouldn't work. Crisis averted, we arrived in Valladolid, the third biggest town in the state, at around lunchtime. After lunch we toured the town, which took around 45 minutes and it started to rain, which was a welcome relief.
... fact that it is plagued with bad publicity, and danger from narcos… to be fair we did see quite a few bullet holes along the way... but I really loved Monterrey and was impressed with how the new modern developments didn’t take away from Monterrey the beauty and the culture which makes this city so unique.
Now for an unbelievable week in Los Cabos!
Beautiful first day in Los Cabos. Until next time… Lots of Fenton loving, Kim ...