The Story of my First Dive

  Because I haven’t written a post in a long time, there’s a lot of things that happened on my trips to write about 😉 trying to remember those stories is a great way to make memories come alive again. The following text is about my first cave dive in Yucatan, Mexico.   I just had gotten Open Water Diver certified a month ago in Vietnam, … Continue reading The Story of my First Dive

On the way to Mexico :)

After I paid a visit to Tikal, I set off for Tulum, Mexico.  Guatemala is a country, not overflown from tourism yet and the roads are in a good condition, despite the warnings of the foreign office, to avoid driving on the roads, i felt safe all the time. In order to reach Mexico, I had to cross Belize, which involved a lot of bureaucracy, including a 20$ fee and a disinfection of the car. After about an hour I … Continue reading On the way to Mexico 🙂

Tikal, Guatemala

Tikal is an ancient mayan city, hidden in the jungle of Petén.  It’s a mystic place of devotion and tranquillity. You can  find a lot of people there meditating on order to find a balance between body and mind.  A rutted, gravel road heads into the heart of the mayan world. The first scene that meets your eye when you enter the national park are the temples, rising high above the surrounding tropical jungle. I was overpowered by … Continue reading Tikal, Guatemala