Piknik is a great place to eat. It is in Cancun city. We ate there twice and it is great. We ordered chicken tacos, pork tacos, and shrimp tacos.
This cenote in Valladolid is called Zaci Cenote. A cenote is an underground cave with water in it. We swam and jumped off the ledges of the cenote.
A taco stand in Valladolid on a sidewalk. These might have been the best tacos on our trip. We ordered taco after taco because they were so good.
Our tour guide telling us about the carvings on the wall of the ball court at Chichen Itza.
A bus tour of Merida. It was extremly fun to learn stuff about Merida but Kip fell asleep.
A crepe stand we found in Merida and it was very tasty. He put extra nutella on it. It cost 20 pesos for one crepe.
These nachos are from a place called Margaritas Time in Merida. Their nachos are very good and have pastor, chicken, chips, Guacamole and cheese.
This is pastor. We ate a lot of it.
These are bikes we rented at Coba to look at the pyramid.
This is my brother and I climbing Coba. It was fun.
This is a person named Javier (pronounced Habier) cutting open a coconut for Kipling and me in Tulum. Inside a coconut there is watery stuff that you can drink. If it is ripe it tastes very sweet,if it is not ripe it tastes sour.
Lots of places give you a full chicken and a pile of tortillas and you make your own tacos.
A bridge kip and me liked to jump off. There was a lot of tropical fish under the bridge.
This is Kipling and I riding in the luggage cart from the docks to our hotel on Isla Mujeres.
This is a picture taken by me of these super duper cute little baby turtles on Isla Mujeres at the turtle farm.