Finally our #FromPuebloToPueblo motor trip through Mexico has started. We traveled from Cancun to Merida, no highway no toll. Just riding from village to village, from pueblo to pueblo. For we believe this way we see the real Mexico.
Our first riding day was from Cancun to Merida, and we had lunch in Valladolid in a Hacienda. We started the day with beautiful weather only to arrived soaked in Merida due to crazy thunderstorms in the afternoon.
We stayed one week in Merida and did several road trips
We visited Merida before, so we already knew the city a bit, and this time we decided to take some road trips for example to Uxmal, Mayapan, and Celestun where we had lunch on the beach.
I was intrigued by the Pyramid of Uxmal, which is the best I have seen so far. We had the grounds almost to ourselves since there were not many tourists. I loved Celestun, a relaxed village with a wide long white beach. Lots of people go there to see Flamingo’s but we had already seen them in Las Coloradas and Rio Lagartos.
I had lunch on the edge of the big-bang-crater: Chicxulub
There is a restaurant there where you can overlook the area, and it is very quiet and quite beautiful.
I have selected some of the photos from our trip to Merida and beyond
On this website in the category “Travel Photo’s” I share my most beautiful travel photos with you. But during my “From Pueblo To Pueblo”-Road trip I will also share more private photos. So you get some idea of how I spend my life, and how my journey went. What I liked to visit and where I ate.
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Jeanette, a Dutch female nomad, started to travel the world at the age of 17. Walker of beaches, shell searcher and iPhone photographer. Writer and owner of two websites
Currently, she lives in Mexico.
She is an emigration coach and works online.
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