Month: November 2011 | The Family Without Borders

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Mexico: The Maya Temple in Chichen Itza (Yucatan Peninsula)

Chichén boring Itzá

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I’m seriously wondering how did Chichen Itza make it to be between new seven wonders of the world. More tourists and souvenirs than wonders!

Cenote in Coba, Mexico (Yucatan Penisuela)

Cool those cenotes

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So how many degrees do you have in Europe right now? Don’t you also feel like jumping to the blue eye of underwater cenote?

The Maya Temple and the Sea in Tulum, Mexico (Yucatan Penisuela)

Meetings in Tulum, Mexico

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Probably the most touristic Maya ruins around but still: just imagine how happy those Maya must have been to wake up and have such a view in the morning!?

Mexico (Yucatan): A Spider Monkey in Punta Laguna

Dinner and breakfast with monkeys

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Since the moment Hanna first time saw a spider monkey we knew that we have to find more of them and show her that they are happy out there, between the trees, and taking one home is maybe not the best idea.

Mexico (Yucatan), San-Angel: Mayan boy in a hammock; Photo: Anna Alboth

Laugh has no dialects

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What to do in the Maya village on the Day of the Dead? You follow your daughter and get invited for a traditional dinner!

Mexico (Yucatan): Family with monkey in the Village San-Angel; Photo: Thomas Alboth

Hammock, tv and coca-cola

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San Angel, 800-people Maya community. One of the places where organisation Kanche is supporting the activities of indigenous people.

On the beach on Holbox Island (Yucatan, Mexico)

Sandy, sunny Isla Holbox

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Seems like heaven, from those folders of travel agencies. But on the pictures you don’t see one important issues: mosquitoes!!

Our new Car, bought in Mexico to drive to Panama: A Crysler Voyager 2001

Buying the car in Mexico – done!

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To become a happy owner of the car in Mexico you must go through four steps: finding a proper car, checking if it is really a proper car, getting money to buy this car, registering the car. And each of those steps can be a fight – especially if you are a foreigner.

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