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Merida, part 2. Dzibilchaktun

As a huge lovers of ruins and history and old stones we couldn't possibly passed on an opportunity to visit the ruins. Dzibilchaktun was a marvel and we enjoyed the ruins of the old city so much. It added a lot that we were allowed to almost fully interact with the zone, climb up, sit on the stones and such. Too bad the cenote was closed but when it's opened we'll make sure to visit again. The place says it all really, I loved it SO much. I found it most curious that it was an actual living vibrant and kinda big city years back, ot a religious place, it was a place where people flocked to live their lives. Very fascinating!

I chose a loose dress and a polo. It's very comfortable to wear, has minimal impact of local weather (if it's hotter I have move coverage but generally won't feel hot since the fit is loose; if it's colder I have longer sleeves and a tiny bit of layering. a win-win). The whole outfit looks pretty and I loved the mix.

I was wearing:
DKNY dress
Lacoste polo top
Cuidado con el Perro shoes
c/o Glasseshop glasses


Have a nice day,

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  1. It looks like such an interesting spot to visit and I really like how you've layered that dress! :) very cute.

    Hope you are having a lovely day :)

    Away From The Blue

  2. Love the color of your top.. and this looks like such an interesting destination.. Need to read more about it now

  3. Nice pictures and where is this place?

  4. omg the place is STUNNING...I love exploring all these beautiful areas, so beautiful and relaxing....

  5. What a remarkable place! I am so glad you were able to visit and to share these gorgeous pictures with all of your blog readers. So many incredible views. <3
    the creation of beauty is art.

  6. I love how you guys are exploring with your baby :) I was not brave enough with my first baby.

  7. Charlie-Elizabeth NadeauSep 26, 2022, 5:20:00 PM

    Awesome place to visit, it looks so mysterious and like it would make for a fun day of discovering! Thank you for sharing, love all the photos.

  8. This looks like such a cool place to visit, and its great that you’re doing this with the baby.

  9. I love that you layered your outfit to work with both warmer and cooler weather. Such a great idea, especially at this time of year. The ruins look like an amazing place to visit! I love places like that, the history, and simply imagining what life looked like when they were being built.

  10. What an awesome place to visit! I love ruins and history, and would love to see this in person. Your outfit is adorable and looks comfortable. Thanks so much for sharing!

  11. Dzibilchaktun looks so calm...
    Thank you for always sharing happy places<3
    I really love your family photo!!



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