Travel Blogs from Valladolid
We´re still alive!! Amanda speaking.
First of all, I would like to apologze for the lack of photos in this and the previous post. Turns out, most interent cafes in Mexico don´t have slots that read memory cards. As soon as we find one that does, we´ll upload photos to all of the posts that are lacking.
So, today started out …
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The Honeymoon Concierge
... A few locals were taking a dip, often with life jackets so they can just relax in the water. Samula had tree roots hanging down from the hole in the roof, and a very bright shaft of light.
Later we went to 'Momentos Sagrados Mayas', a play portraying a Mayan festival from the eastern Yucatán Peninsula acted by community groups who want to keep their traditions, ...
... in broken Spanish, I said something along the lines of "quiero las tortillas pollo y uno horchata". I paid about $4 and was given a generous portion of roasted chicken, a stack of tortillas, minced veggies and my very first horchata drink. I sat there, one of the only patrons amid empty tables, and devoured those tortillas. That was the first of many incredible, fresh, simple Yucatecan dishes I'd try.
I had three nights to explore Valladolid and it ...
... discussing traveling in Mexico and our RV experiences. It seemed like we had already met them, and hope to see them again. Maybe this summer they will be able to visit us in Michigan, they are taking a five month trip to the US and Canada this year.
Overnight the snow came down. We waited three months to get to warmer weather and our first night out it snowed. We have never seen ...