Caught in that vortex. Traveling rule, the longer you stay the harder to leave. Looking at the map together, Peter says why go, just settle in, stay. But my time is coming soon. San Cristobal snapshots.
Old-school VW bugs, integral Mexican identity.
Locals and indigenous people selling goods.
To escape the city, head into the surrounding mountains. Various iOS and Android apps can supply GPS routes, though the backup option is just to get away from the highways and start on the network of back roads.
To the church at San Juan Chamula, a Catholic church that the local people reclaimed.
Back in town, past the unmistakable smell and sound of a tortilleria, the machinery within pressing and shaping masa dough into those small discs.
Who bring some gear and clothes, some to swap out, some to use just for the week.
Travel to ruins, these at Toniná.
To Palenque, massive Mayan site farther east in Mexico.
Greenery and vegetation, in abundance.
Some bike maintenance and tuning.
Everything looks great
Sam, great pictures as usual but nice to see pictures of your mom and dad. I especially liked the picture of the beans at the market. Uncle Joel
Thanks! That market was a lot of fun, had a lot of most things and a little bit of everything.
Pretty cool stuff! I suppose you’re learning plenty of real-world lessons on your adventures! Be careful . . .
Trying! Plenty of friendly and helpful people.
such awesome photos. i especially liked the bean shot and the shot of the old v new shoes. keep these coming! i can’t get enough! it’s still basically winter up here in boston, with everything still washed out in gray salt, so the color and sunshine in the photos is especially enjoyable for me.
Thanks dude. Getting down to the jungles now, could use some of that snow.