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mexico, Vacation, Food

goth Mayan oyakodon

by Lia Pas

Tulum — When we lived in Japan one of my favorite dishes was oyakodon which loosely translates as “mother and child over rice”. Now in our household any dish with chicken and eggs is referred to as “okyako”. Though this black dish isn’t over rice, it’s definitely an okyako dish. It’s day three of our stay in Tulum, and after getting a bit pinkened at the beach yesterday we decided to spend today explorin...

Jungle, Vacation, mexico

There's a jungle out there.

by Lia Pas

Tulum — We left snowy -25C Saskatoon yesterday morning at 7am and arrived in Tulum in the dark. We woke up at 9am in +25C to jungle and breakfast sounds. My body has relaxed so much already no longer needin...

Musical Instruments, Parks, mexico

A musical oasis in the middle of the park.

by Priscila Princigalli

Mexico city — I walked around the city on my day off to find all the pianos on display by Toca Conmigo, an outdoors piano exhibit created by Luke Jerram. The Gold Piano at Casa del Lago is completly mesmerazing but...

Vacation, mexico, archeology

Xmas day at Mayan ruins.

by Lia Pas

Tulum — Xmas morning. We set our alarms to wake us by 8am, figuring that if we get to the Tulum ruins by 9:30 we might be there before the tour buses arrive from Cancun. We were woken by a baby crying in the ...

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