I could set up a table under one of these huts and relocate my practice to the beach.
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The first four photos/videos are in the beautiful city square of Valladolid. The rest of the phots/videos were on our short visit through Tulum.
Valladolid: I can only praise this small city with its beautiful Maya culture so heavily integrated. The people here were so lovely and so willing to chat with you. And not the kind of chat that ends with bargaining for deals, but genuine culture exchange and cultural education. Truly a wonderful city. The first photo is of the local church, locate smackdab in the center square of the city. The third and fourth videos were performances we saw in the square. And that traditional dancing we saw throughout the city.
Also, there were huge leaf cutter ants, and who would I be if I didnt take a video of them doing their thing... Tulum: Unfortunately, this city was only a quick food stopping point for us as we travelled on. I wish we could've stayed and explore, but I'm glad I got to have a quick look at the beauty of this beach city. The sands were so clean and the ocean was so blue. The picture perfect beach escape. We had a few drinks on the beach, then headed to a nearby taco shop that had their meat on a spit outside. And I mean, just look at it in all its glory... how could we not stop to eat them?! My recommendation? Valladolid is an amazing home base city to explore plenty of xenotes and the temple, but the city itself is quite small, so plan just one day (if you rented a car, which I also recommend) to explore the city, and a few days (2 to 3, depending on if you wake up early and have the energy to go to multiple places in one day) to explore surrounding areas of the city. As for Tulum, I didn't explore enough to give a recommendation apart from check it. Have fun, be safe! #valladolid#tulum#yucatan#yucatanpenninsula#mexico
So excited to be back on the beach with the love of my life in September 🎉🎉
If you didn’t see in my stories a few days ago, we booked our honeymoon to Jamaica ☀️
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Starting our mini vacay with some fresh fruit smoothies. We scored with the cutest little treehouse of an Airbnb across the street from the yummiest vegan restaurant specializing in smoothies açaí bowls Mexican food and pancakes. I think I’m in heaven ☁️ how’d we get so lucky? 🙌🏽
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Shout-out to my active families who love a vacation full of adventure! You guys are going to love @HotelXcaretMexico because of how many excursions are INCLUDED with your stay! Let me know if you want more information.
Papantla Flyers, #voladoresdepapantla five men climb up the tall pole that stands out from the surroundings. Then, one of them stands on a platform to dance while playing melodies with a flute and a small drum, in honor of the SUN ☀️ and the FOUR ELEMENTS 🔥🌊🌎🌬, which initiates this ritual.
Then the other four dancers, tied by long ropes by their feet/ankles?, fly around the pole in a spiral lowering onto the ground while IMITATING THE FLIGHT OF BIRDS. 🦜🦜 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The ritual ceremony of the Papantla Flyers is an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by Unesco, an important cultural value. Each men must do 13 laps 13x4= 52 laps total symbolizing the number of years in a solar cycle according to ancient cultures. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I was fortunate enough this past summer on my family vacation to be able to see them in person. This was taking at the plaza in Playa del Carmen. However if you really wanna see this spectacular show and learn more about this ritual and Mexican culture I recommend visiting @xcaretpark 🌿 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Working on the finishing touches for my Cabo Trip Recap! 🌴🌺 I’m compiling information about where we stayed and what we liked about each place. I’m also putting together a photo diary of all the photos from the trip, so if you like more pictures and less words, this post might be for you! ☺️ Also, if you had any questions about my outfits from the trip, be sure to check out my most recent blog post. I got it all linked up for ya! Cheers to Thursday and Prohibition Repeal Day🥂🍷I think we need to celebrate with an adult beverage....am I right!? 🍸🥃
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