Posts tagged "Yucatan"
Yucatan Peninsula - Day 5 - Rio Lagartos

Yucatan Peninsula — Day 5 — Rio Lagartos

Birds, birds, birds. Rio Lagar­tos is anoth­er town at the end of the road, but this time on a lagoon. The area is known for bird­watch­ing, and it is anoth­er pro­tect­ed Mex­i­can bios­phere reserve. Along with Celestun, this is one of the places to find large flamin­go colonies. We didn’t see the thou­sands of flamin­gos that...
Preview - Day 5 - Rio Lagartos

Preview — Day 5 — Rio Lagartos

I don’t have the time to fin­ish edit­ing all of the Rio Lagar­tos pic­tures today, but since they are the super-awe­some bird shots, I want­ed to put up a cou­ple of teasers. Back soon with many more flamin­gos. That’s one kick-ass tiger heron.
Yucatan Peninsula - Day 4 - Chichen Itza

Yucatan Peninsula — Day 4 — Chichen Itza

Since I don’t real­ly count Tulum, this was day 2 with Mayan ruins. I wasn’t expect­ing much from Chichen Itza, even with its won­der-of-the-world sta­tus, but I was pleas­ant­ly sur­prised. It was inter­est­ing — not that we took a tour. So, you will have to excuse the lack of infor­ma­tion in the pic­ture cap­tions, because I know not what I am look­ing...
Time to run some of this ceviche off

Time to run some of this ceviche off

And get to edit­ing. Back from the Yucatan and Quin­tana Roo and feel­ing relief from the heat and humid­i­ty. Some­times a week can feel like a nice long time. Lots of amaz­ing birds, sights, food, and time with my guy help. As if the flamin­gos aren’t teas­ing enough, the route we took: