Jet lag in Cancun (Mexico) | The Family Without Borders

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Jet lag in Cancun

We are sending kisses to the whole world from Cancun in Mexico! Still sleepy, tired and not very conscious that we are really here.

Crossing 7 time zones is not an easy task for anybody but when you add to it no-sleep time before the start (because of the packing) and responsibility for two sweet kids in the plane (from whom one is fortunately still not walking but another one is running around the plane for herself, for her sister and entire kindergarten) during 12 hours — you can really understand what “tired” means.

But here we landed: tired but happy, in the flat of a couch surfer Maria. In the centre of the city Cancun (don’t mix up with a tourist hotels zone) we have some piece of the floor and a young dog Vaca (don’t mix up with a cow), perfect company for Hanna.

For now we want to take it easy. Girls are still waking up between 3 and 5am, demanding breakfast and getting up, we are all sleepy, jet lag didn’t go away. And next task waiting for us is also not the easiest (buying the car), so we give ourselves some time to get into this nice warm reality.

From the first small walks in the neighbourhood we can only tell you that birds here are singing like auto alarms in Berlin! And that Mila is eating baby food made of papaya and mango! And… good night!

Our first book is out!

We have published our first book (for now just in Polish:) about our Central America Trip.
See, read and order here »


  • Paulina
    Posted October 21, 2011 at 20:03 | Permalink

    Siedzac w zimnej Warszawie zazdroszcze Wam slonca i cieplego piasku pod bosymi stopami. Powodzenia w sprawach motoryzacyjnych:)

  • Julia
    Posted October 24, 2011 at 13:21 | Permalink

    Ganz liebe Grüße von Julia und Julius! Lasst es euch gutgehen, wir denken an euch! :)

  • Posted October 24, 2011 at 17:37 | Permalink

    What a beautiful family you are on an inspiring journey :)

    I landed in Cancun a month ago and, like you, going to Panama overland. From there it’s off into South America. Hitchhiking all the way hopefully. If our roads cross at some point – I’d love to meet you all.

    Till then, happy and safe travels!

  • Joanna
    Posted October 27, 2011 at 05:27 | Permalink

    Hej, nie-ziemsko, że tam jesteście, aj zazdroszczę piekielnie :) Podsyłam dużo słońca z Norwegii. Mis mejores deseos y tómate tu tiempo! ¡Tenga cuidado! ;)

  • joe
    Posted February 18, 2013 at 07:26 | Permalink

    Mexico is North America.


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