10 Days in the Yucatan Peninsula

Back in December, my very dear friend, Jackie, and I traveled to the Yucatan Peninsula for ten days. (I know, shame on me for only just now getting around to writing about it!!) We knew we wanted to go somewhere warm (she lives in Canada and I’m a Californian-wuss who hates the cold), we didn’t have a huge budget for expensive flights, and — ultimately — we wanted to celebrate the 12/21/12 Mayan prophecy in an area with Mayan ruins! Jackie and I had been planning to travel together in December for a while, but we didn’t decide on the Yucatan Peninsula until about a week before we left!

In the next several posts, I’ll be writing about our sojourn to Mexico. I hope you’ll enjoy it!

Jackie and Me trying on sombreros at Chichen Itza

Jackie and Me trying on sombreros at Chichen Itza

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