Friday, February 28, 2014
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Arrancar la moto y salir a la carretera sin saber a donde dirigirse es uno de mis placeres más grandes, no prisas, no horarios, solo el deseo de manejar por unas horas hacia un destino que puede cambiar en cualquier momento dependiendo del estado de ánimo y la situación. En esta imágen el volcán de Pacaya visto desde la carretera que va de Los Pocitos a El Jocotillo, a unos 45kms de Guatemala City.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Lunes 4 PM nos reunimos en el taller de Eric (vestido de negro) para ver su más reciente restauración, un precioso pick up Morris de 1970, aprovechamos a platicar, tomarnos un café y pasar una tarde entre amigos que casualmente coincidimos allí.
Friday, January 31, 2014
As everything that is good comes to an end, after rode 4,000kms in 8 days we were a little tired but happy of our little adventure, New Year took us in Cancún and after that the site of Tulum and the Isla de Flores at Guatemala gave a nice touch to terminate our journey.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
After hopping quickly through Progreso and Mérida we went straight to Chichén Itzá, the famous site with its emblematic four sided pyramid El Castillo, Chichén is a site with Toltec influence but with a great Maya Puuc reminescense, a great site but a little simple to my taste. Due to the hordes of people you can't "touch" the structures, just like there were in a postcard, just to watch. The first time I was there was in 1987 and the feeling was completly different.
Thursday, January 23, 2014
One of the greatest sites in the Yucatán península, Uxmal has excellent details in its facades, stairways and palaces, you can stay there for hours just thinking how could be life there some 1,000 years before. By far -in my opinion- a site more complex and beautiful than Chichén Itzá.