Mexico part 4 – Signs, colors and facades
There is nothing beating travels as seeing colors in different ways. And how it’s being used differently. I really felt like I went into an old black/white movie when coming back to Sweden. Not only because the darkness here at the moment, but also that most of us Swedes use dark coats during winter (more practical ya know) but also because the light reflect differently here up north. I…January 13, 2014
Mexico part 3 – the wrestlers
I always had a thing for the wrestlers. And with all these incredible masks – I mean who wouldn’t? These guys came in a big pack with 12 of them. Badly made plastic toys. Actually found the whole story on the net. Toys from the past- Luchadores Mexicanos I so regret NOT buying this kind’a shrine to the wrestling Gods. Amazing piece of work and art. But it cost a…January 12, 2014
Mexico part 2 – Tulum public beach & Adelita
One day we took a bus to Tulum beach. About an hour from where we stayed in Playa Dela Carmen. Our town was a bit touristy and directly on the beach in Tulum we got another vibe. Just look at this extremely cool chica! We had lunch at Adelita at the beach. It was great. I had the best coconut shrimps. Yum. One day I need to live in a…January 10, 2014
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