Category Archives: Mexico

Lake Bacalar or how nature can be more beautiful than you have ever imagined

After our jungle adventure in Sian Ka’an, we took a little rest in Felipe Carrillo Puerto to recover before we got back on the road and cycled to Pedro Antonio Santos. We had hoped to make it until Buenavista but … Continue reading

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Cycling through the Sian Ka’an Biosphere

Starting out in Tulum, we had the smoothest and nicest cycle path for about 5 km, which was beautiful. Once we entered Sian Ka’an, the road changed drastically and we had to slow down to a 12 km/h average due … Continue reading

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The ruins of Coba

As some of you may have already read on instagram (follow me here), Coba is my favourite Maya Temple so far because of its beautiful location in the jungle and near Lake Coba. Apparently the lake is a home to … Continue reading

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Tulum

I absolutely loved the Mayan ruins in Tulum and luckily we were blessed with blue skies and sunshine after the previous day had been full of heavy rain. Here are some of my shots of Tulum. Enjoy!

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Cenote Yaxchen

From our beautiful camping spot at Lotus Beach, we set out further south towards Tulum. Just when both of us started to have the feeling of “it would be nice to arrive soon”, we saw a street sign for the … Continue reading

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Playa del Carmen

We estimate the fully loaded bicycles to weigh around 22-25 kg. Cycling with that extra weight is actually not too bad, once you have the bike rolling. Mexico is pretty flat; going up hills, let alone mountains, is of course … Continue reading

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Chichen Itza and Iguana visits

While snacking some melon at the beautiful Playa Delfines, suddenly we weren’t the only ones interested in our food anymore. An iguana ‘family’ (one male and three females as it is iguana standard) joined us under the parasol and was … Continue reading

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