When I was little, one of my favorite things to do was to buy disposable cameras, shoot like crazy, and then get the prints back from CVS. It was like Christmas opening up the envelope and seeing how great (or...horrible) my prints came out. I haven't used a disposable camera in years, but since getting one from my sister and brother-in-law for Christmas, I've been obsessed!

 A church in a Mayan village we stopped by on our way to Chichen Itza 
Chichen Itza: One of the seven wonders of the world. Incredible!
Huge palms, my favorite!

Palms on a beautiful windy path down to the sea (Think my hand was a little shaky. Oops!)
The resort's beach. Not a cloud in the sky!
These were boats that were used for the deep sea fishing excursions that the resort offered!
 That little cove surrounded by rocks was my favorite spot to swim in. It felt like I was in my own little world.
There were even Mayan ruins on the resort's grounds! This tiny temple was off a jetty into the water. You could climb right up to it.
There were iguanas EVERYWHERE soaking up the sun! They were so chill.

This was one of the outdoor bars and snack stations: AKA where my dad got lots of beers and I got ALL OF THE SNACKS!!
En Route to New York. Adios, Mexico :(
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