Our host Carlos took us to one of his favorite spots with live rock ‘n roll at the locals bar, Viva Mexico.
A nightcap at the Love Palapa after being invited by new friends to a dinner with freshly caught Mahi Mahi.
Our first indoor apartment parking! You make for a great clothesline Brain.
Free kayak rides if we buy a cervesa? Don’t mind if I take it out to the underwater museum do you? Ok!
In your face. Boom. Jajajajaja
Underwater statues made of special pH neutral cement for the museum.
Another 3-by. Thankfully all helmeted.
Ta da. This is how I take up space on the walkway to the entrance to one of the fortresses overlooking the city of Campeche.
Eh, I think the dust in Baja was better than the mud in the Yukatan.
Thumbs up for no mud on my bike.
The Mayan ruins of Palenque.
Yeah, I’m that quick.
Exploring the jungle around the ruins we came across this fern gully.
Hey little dude, do you walk on water too? So far unidentified lizard object (ULO).
Welcome to the jungle, where the trees are green and the landslides are fresh.
Yay we made it to Villahermosa and our host Isaac showed us to his apartment!
And gave us these great gifts to remember him by! The gray ghost and the ninja master.
In one of the hottest places yet on our trip through Mexico we found ourselves inside a giant styrofoam cooler with people playing ice hockey. It was wonderful! The ice did seem to be steaming though…
You look thirsty cow, have some cervesa.
Gerry, our wonderful Mexican-Canadian host. With his idol.
The crowds go wild for this stuff. Ride ’em cowboy!
El zorro. (In his later years)
Guess which one won the match.
We are on a pyramid! The other one in the background is the smaller one at Teotihuacan ruins outside of mexico city.
Ancient Aztecs worshipped Bart Simpson and made small action figures for their kids.
Racing to the top of the pyramid, letting Andrew win every time.
If I understand the local folklore correctly, Pepila the miner built this city by carrying a large boulder up the mountain, clad in just his chonies.
No need to go in the mine with these convenient carts planted outside.
Putting your hands on your hips doesn’t make you a hipster, Becky.
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