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Traveling solo around the world can bring many surprises. Yes, there are the lonely times. And yes, you will meet tons of interesting people from all parts of the globe. You will most definitely make new friends that you never would have if you were traveling with a partner or in a group. This topic…(Read More)

Below are two separate galleries of photos. This will be my last post from my 14 day trip through the Yucatan of Mexico. Palenque and Agua Azul were two of the highlights of the trip. The jungle ruins were unique and climbing and swimming through waterfalls with some new Mexican friends that I met on…(Read More)

Homun, Mexico – A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Especially associated with the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient Maya for sacrificial offerings…(Read More)

Tulum, Mexico – A bitter sweet feeling blogging tonight as some of my closest friends are beginning to post old pictures of someone we lost just a few days ago. The pictures of Tulum remind me of why I travel. Our friend was only thirty-nine years old. Life can end suddenly and it should not…(Read More)

Cancun, Mexico – I never thought that I would be writing about this on my first ever travel blog post. I considered leaving this part of my journey out, however, I have always told myself that if I’m finally going to start a travel blog, it will be honest, raw, and comprehensive. So here goes…(Read More)

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