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Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in Explore, Mexico, North America, Travel Info

Lost and Found at Coba

Coba Mexico - Coba Ruins - At the top

On my last day in Tulum I was determined to succeed in exploring as many ruins as possible. I booked my bus tickets the night before, readied my day pack, and was set to hike to the top of the Coba ruins. The day made this simple plan a difficult one to accomplish because in step of the way I had to play Lost and Found first.

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Posted by on Nov 1, 2012 in AFaS, Explore, Mexico, North America, Travel Info

Sea View Mayan Ruins

Mexico - Tulum Ruins- Caribbean Sea View

Tulum is an iconic Mexican Ruin – you see it on many brochures for the Yucutan – and it was calling me to visit. Sitting majestically on the cliff side with icing sugar sand beaches running along it; Tulum is a picturesque destination. Blue skies and Aquamarine Waters make the grey stones shine. Tulum are Mayan Ruins with the best view.

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Posted by on Oct 23, 2012 in Explore, RTW, Travel Info

My Criteria For The Perfect City

As a traveller we judge. Not to be negative, but to form opinions in our mind and shape our emotions and reactions to a destination. Certain things draw me to a destination while others repel me. But when it boils down to the small details, I have a set of 3 criteria, that when are met, form the Perfect City.

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Posted by on Oct 22, 2012 in Chile, Explore, South America, Travel Info

No Moai – Just Views

When you visit Easter Island, the first thing that comes to mind is the Moai. Moai, Moai everywhere. And correct – they are. I saw them at sunrise, I saw them at sunset. I explored the creation grounds and I wandered among toppled Moai. I felt energy expelling from some of the Moai and sat at a magnetic rock. I had done almost everything I could do with the Moai. So I decided it was time to see Easter ISLAND and not just their token attribute. It was time to go horseback riding.

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