Here in San Pedro, the only way for those fortunate to find work and in the villages around the lake is via boat, otherwise you can easily add another 15-20min to your ride. In San Pedro there are two piers: … Read all about it!
I didn’t stay for too long in Tulum but the two days I went to the beach it’s hard not to convince ones self to stay indefinitely. Talking to the folk who had spent some time here heading south to northwards … Read all about it!
We went snorkelling at Chikin Ha Cenote where in one of the swimming holes a Sharmin lived and practiced Sharmanism. The Sharman is regarded as having access to and influence in the world of spirits and who can enter into … Read all about it!
After seeing the flamingos in Kenya last year I thought it would be good to see some again in Celestun on the Yucatan coast. When we arrived it didn’t look promising as I could not see any from the boat. … Read all about it!
One of the guys in my hostel room told me that when he hears music from the streets, the first place he goes to is the rooftop. From there he can check out where the action is. Our hostel is situated … Read all about it!
Agua Azul means ‘Blue Water Falls’ in Spanish. It’s a series of cascading waterfalls that last for hundreds and hundreds of meters. The water is so rich in minerals that the rocks and trees that fall into the water end … Read all about it!
Yesterday we jumped on a collectivo bus and headed out to the textiles village of Zinacantan which means ‘Land of Bats’. Each church in San Cristobal is impressive in their on right but this one, San Lorenzo in particular stood … Read all about it!
Today was one of those days where everybody just did nothing except listen to music, got for a swim/surf followed by chilling out with a few beers in the afternoon and a game of frisbee on the beach. I can … Read all about it!
The first market I went to was the La Mercedet Market just on the outskirts of the centre of town. The intention was to find some street food where all of the locals ate. I luckily stumbled into an area … Read all about it!
It’s quite evident that unemployment is prevalent in Mexico city. Despite this, you can always see enterprising folk in the parks or subway selling everything from illegally copied music compilations to sweets and singing in public areas to make ends meet. Follow … Read all about it!