The Sunday Traveler~Since It’s Sunday

Since it’s Sunday, and since it’s serendipitously the start of a new year, and holiday of sorts, I felt it right to set off on the right foot here on my blog. On my recent trip to Merida, I was lucky enough to travel around on day trips, not too far from Merida proper. I very much fell in love with the little beach town of San Crisanto, it couldn’t have a population over 500. Wait, I just googled the population and in 2020 the population was 605.

The small and cozy feel of this town, with streets of sand , harkens back to simpler times.

What is worrisome is construction down the highway of condos and vacation homes. Progress can’t be stopped, but sometimes in cases such as this, I wish the old could remain as is.

It was absolutely lovely to wander around and see a simpler life.

“Deaf dog. Look and go slow. “

These little beach towns in Mexico always keep a little piece of my heart.

Hasta luego. And Happy New Year.


About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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8 Responses to The Sunday Traveler~Since It’s Sunday

  1. elizabeth says:

    Enjoyed the virtual travel to Merida! Thank you! Best wishes to you in this new year.

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  2. Beautiful! Happy new year!

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  3. Tippy Gnu says:

    They sure went out of their way to protect that deaf dog. I hope the lives of the residents are as relaxed and peaceful as the ambiance of their town.

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  4. TadraLife says:

    Beautful images Happy 2023🤗

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