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Merida, p1

Our first trip around Mexico as residents and as parents. I was so excited and happy to just to do it, it didn't really mean much to me how much I will be able to see and explore. We ended up spending three very wonderful days in Merida and today I want to share with you the first of them. I know it might be confusing because I have just posted about Valladolid getaway before but actually these Merida moments took place two weeks earlier. I've just had too many photos to sort and been a bit lazy here and there.
So here goes the first day. We wanted to visit the far off museum right away because I day was a day of arrival which is broken anyway. It's called Mayan World museum and it hold the largest exhibition on the history of Maya. We were super curious and motivated to visit it because we live around Maya and our curiosity is very high. The museum is amazing and totally worth your time. Bonus points from us because it held a temporary cycling exhibit. My cycling heart loved it so much.
Later on we just walked around a lot and watched the sights. Merida has a beautiful historical center filled with old buildings, tons of cute cafes and bars too. We also visited a concert, it was a blast and gave us even ore vibes, with the guitars and Mexican tunes.

I was wearing:
H&M shirt
c/o Glasseshop glasses
Levi's belt
boy shorts
Cuidado con el Perro hat and shoes

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. pictures look nice! can't wait to travel again!!

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  2. Well done for traveling with a teeny little baby. It is not always easy but I am sure it was definitely worth it!

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    1. yes but so rewarding. I think it's amazing for mental state for parents since it was a huge part of our lives before the baby. It might be a bit stressing indeed but we adjust and make it work

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  3. oh wow!!! Mexico is amazing, heard so much about it...It is amazing that you get to explore this gorgeous country.

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  4. Unique and very interesting pictures. And wow, you're now new residents of Mexico!

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  5. Truly Beautiful pictures. We traveled much since before our kids were born and kept traveling the same once they got here. Good for you guys for traveling with baby in tow. It makes for some long days but cherished memories!

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    1. thanks for encouragement. we are starting slow and reading tons of blogs (like yours) to find the options for us and gather some tips. I do pray will travel further soon enough

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  6. It's so great you got to explore and that cycling exhibit looks wonderful - I really like the photos you got there!

    Hope you are having a lovely day :)

    Away From The Blue

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  7. This is one thing I love about travelling is that it opens your eyes and mind. Love the photos

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  8. Oohhh! baby cutie is traveling with you both love birds? Love the photos, enjoy and stay safe!

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    1. yeah, we feel like she's too small to leave her alone with nanny/day care so we just let her tag alone. Looks like she's into traveling as much as her parents already

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  9. I am putting Mexico on my bucket list after Covid and thanks for sharing some great places and ideas about my next trip! - Knycx Journeying

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  10. Looks like you had a wonderful time! I've been to Mexico a few times and I loved it, even though it may be the hottest place on the planet.

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    1. Merida sure is hot but I actually like this part. Praise to high heat tolerance from my part

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  11. Beautiful, I didn't know there was so much to see and do. Your baby is so adorable! Love seeing them grow. Also great outfit.

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  12. Great to see the little one enjoying the travel as much as you guys are doing. Mexico is in my list as well and is great to see around with you. Also interesting to hear your experience.

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  13. I had never heard of Merida before, so I am super excited to read more about your trip! With fall almost here and the temperatures dropping, I'm wanting to travel to a warmer destination for a vacation!

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  14. Merida looks so very beautiful- thanks for this virtual tour of the place until we can visit it ourselves.. We are currently in the deciding our destination phase for our next trip so adding this to our list:)

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