Archives: Mexico

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My Houston family continues to support me beyond even reasonable expectations. Eric, Taff, Jason, Tim, Dave -- thank you for your research and hard work helping Eric get to Mexico. He arrived with everything I need to keep the journey going -- oil filters, brake pads, soap, food, and electric gadgets! I'm grateful for your friendship. Thank you! :)

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May has me traveling the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico from Palenque to Campeche, Merida, Valladolid, and Cancun. I meet up with Eric in Cancun, and we use his week of vacation to cruise the beaches of Tulum and Cancun. Notable events include: Traveled about 1200 miles I slept in a bed every single night of […]

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May has me traveling the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico from Palenque to Campeche, Merida, Valladolid, and Cancun. I meet up with Eric in Cancun, and we use his week of vacation to cruise the beaches of Tulum and Cancun.

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Imagine a subterranean paradise teeming with calcified stalactites, and at the center, a pool of crystal-clear freshwater. This describes one kind of cenote. Sometimes a cenote is tens of meters beneath the surface and then tens more deep. Holes in the earth high above can deliver beams of sunlight into the beautiful caverns. Or they can […]

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Stopping to tour random Mayan ruins has become a fun way to spend a casual riding day. Because the regions of Mexico are so geographically different, the ruins are quite varied in size, shape, and preservation. They also house a variety of critters! In Palenque, the monkeys rule the jungle. At the Mayan ruins of […]

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