Although I still have almost a week left here in beautiful Mexico, I already feel that there is not enough time!
I’m currently staying at a funny little hostel (*Hostel Chalupa. No joke) on an awkward street in central Tulum. I’m in a big dorm room filled all my favorite types of backpackers. Everything I have is coated with a thin layer of sand and my body is marked with hundreds of bug bites, but I’m incredibly content here.
I’ve spent my day: on the beach, editing photos, walking nowhere just to find pretty light and big bottles of water, trying to understand and communicate my feelings with my limited understanding of Spanish, contemplating just how sick I would get if I did drink the water, making plans, not making plans, and most of all quietly observing my surroundings.
I welcome the heat, the gorgeous water, and the sand. And most of all, days spent like these.
My eyes are happy seeing new things (as always) and over the course of the past three days, I’ve taken over three thousand photos!
[Photo: On a reserve, Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico// Grace Farson]