Posted by: anthonywarner | April 13, 2009

The real Mexico!

There is so much flavor in Mexico- the culture, the people, the climate, the food, etc. So many moments pass by unphotographed, that really capture the Mexican experience. Here are a few that got snapped…

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Posted by: anthonywarner | April 12, 2009

Chichen Itza- Legendary Mayan City

Chichen Itza- one of the biggest and coolest Mayan cities. The trick is arriving right at opening time, long before the hordes of Cancun gringos roll in on air conditioned buses. There are so many buildings, ball courts, and pyramids to check out here- it’s mind boggling. It was a hot and beautiful day when we went and the pictures turned out amazing.

Posted by: anthonywarner | April 1, 2009

Beach Life in Tulum

The beaches in Tulum (on the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico’s Caribbean) are legendary- long white sand beaches, turquoise water, lots of sunshine, and budget friendly beach cabanas with thatch roofs.  And importantly- a seemingly million miles away from the gringo madness of Cancun. The world slips away as beach life takes control. Swims alternate with lounging. And- vice versa. Sometimes a frosty lime soaked Sol cerveza is consumed. This is truly a slice of tropical heaven.
A swim anyone?

A swim anyone?

Tulum's beach is the ultimate tropical sensation!

Tulum's beach is the ultimate tropical sensation!

Sunrise over the Caribbean- one reason to get up at 6 in the mornin'

Sunrise over the Caribbean- one reason to get up at 6 in the mornin'

These cabanas have sandy concrete floors, thatch roofs, mosquito nets, electricity from 6pm-6am, and all the charm and rustic joy of a $30 a night hut.

Beach cabana anyone? Tulum's budget accomodations.

Beach cabana anyone? Tulum's budget accomodations.

Posted by: anthonywarner | April 1, 2009

Cenotes

It doesn’t get much cooler than this….11 cenotes in 10 days. Cenotes are underground/aboveground fresh water pools for swimming and snorkeling. they were traditionally sacred places to mayans. Most of these cenotes cost just a couple dollars to check out. The water is clear and refreshing! Check it!

Posted by: anthonywarner | March 31, 2009

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