Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Valladolid is a small and typical Mexican village. Just a few miles from the Mayan Pyramids of Chichen-Itza, it's the perfect place to make a little stop after visiting the archaeological site.
Valladolid Plaza, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
In the photo above you can see the Cathedral of San Gervasio and other two shots of the village's main plaza. Also all around the plaza there are several souvenir stores where you can buy local products at good prices.
Valladolid Car, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Since it's always very hot in the Pyramids site I would recommend you to stop in one of the many cafes and restaurants they have there (like the one above, PS: loved the beetle) and rest a little while enjoying a cold beer.
Valladolid Houses, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
Above, a series of street views taken along the city streets with several of those so typical and very colorful Mexican houses.

10 comments:

iWalk said...

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SGE said...

Thanks iWalk!

And happy new year for you and four yours too!

Cheers,
SGE

Amanda Allison said...

Fabulous blog. Its inspiring me to get out and travel more often (when I have the funds, of course).

Bhing said...

Wow! This is pretty cool.. I usually watch a show about travel, beautiful spots and experiences in and outside the country.. Nice blog.. Keep it up! :)

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SGE said...

Hi everyone!

Amanda, I hopping you can have your travel fund filled to the top very soon so you can go for a trip ;)

For all, I thank you for your visits and for your nice comments!

Cheers,
SGE

Lisa said...

I love the slugbug, but I'm also a fan of foreign doors and windows (no, I don't know why, but maybe a Freudian could tell me?) Lovely shots.

Ava said...

I love the photo of the VW Beetle. Did you know that they made those cars all along in Mexico until they released the New Beetle? They quit making them in the States in the 70s. Mexico is so underrated. There are many places that are in high demand like Cancun, and others, but it's the small, unknown places where you can live like a king for 20 bucks a month.

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I like the photo because I think that Yucatan is a wonderful city also Mexico is a great country . I have been in mexico five times and I had taken a good vacations