Campeche. Water Taxi / Wodna taksówka

Pretty hard to catch a taxi these days. Unless you are prepared to share with other passengers. This is one of my favorite photos from Mexico, hence I thought I would share it with you before writing another post. Dość trudno jest dziś złapać taksówkę. Chyba, że jesteście gotowi podzielić się nią z innymi pasażerami. To jedno z moich ulubionych zdjęć z Meksyku, dlatego chciałem … Continue reading Campeche. Water Taxi / Wodna taksówka

Uxmal. At The Beginning There Was An Egg / Na początku było jajko

A long time ago Uxmal was ruled by a mighty king. His power was absolute and the city was so great, no one and nothing dared to threaten it. There was however a legend which stated that once the city gong is heard, the city will fall from the hand of a boy, one who wasn’t born by a woman. At the same time, there … Continue reading Uxmal. At The Beginning There Was An Egg / Na początku było jajko

Merida. El Mundo Maya

Pedro is a student of Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán in the faculty of humanities. He came to Merida from the south drawn here by city’s international nature. He is especially fascinated by history of Mexico with special focus on Maya culture. He slowly builds our interest passionately explaining the facts behind the famous landmarks around red hot square of Plaza Grande. Using proficient English he … Continue reading Merida. El Mundo Maya

Merida. Man of Corn / Człowiek z kukurydzy

A sea, waving in silence under a night sky existed from the world’s beginning. This world however was dark and empty. It was not to the gods liking, while they wished for their names to be forever remembered. This is why they created the earth, followed by mountain ranges and riverbeds. When the creation was ready, they brought over animals. Birds appeared on the skies, … Continue reading Merida. Man of Corn / Człowiek z kukurydzy