Paris, New York, and Nairobi Marathon
Last year, I found myself running several marathons around the world, but the three following marathons were the highlights. Read along for my personal experience and some useful tips what to expect from majors marathon!
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New York City
I was planning to travel back to Europe by April 2019. What could have been better than a stop in New York?
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Celebrating Dia de Los Muertos
By the end of my last article, I wrote how excited I was to be here in Mexico for Dia de los Muertos. I never heard of this holiday before I watched the Pixar movie “Coco”. Actually, I reckon that many Europeans don’t know about this festive holiday either.
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If you read my previous article, you know that I hitchhiked in Quintana Roo.
My plans changed somehow because I met this incredible couple and decided last-minute to travel with them to Chiapas instead of going to Belize.
I am so grateful that I had this opportunity and jumped on it, because I not only had a great time with them, but I also got to know my favorite state of Mexico called Chiapas. Continue reading “Chiapas – My Favorite State In Mexico And Why You Need To Visit”
Quintana Roo And Yucatan
Now I am in Mexico for more than a month and my itinerary is a little difficult to follow. First I started in Mexico City. Then I flew to Cancun and continued to travel for 2 weeks in Cuba. After that, I toured Quintana Roo and Yucatan on a road trip. 2 states in the south of Mexico.
I would like to share with you here my experiences and how I felt about those touristy places. Continue reading “Quintana Roo And Yucatan – My Impressions of Southern Mexico”
I think you need at least 4 days to get a good taste of Mexico City, but to delve in you need easily a week.
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