After Tulúm we plan to visit other Mayan monuments, but before that we want to see Lake Bacalar because we have it on the way. We're trying to track again. Sometimes we do, sometimes we wait longer and sometimes we just take colectivo because it starts to rain.
This time we will visit a small town whose name is mentioned daily in Slovakia in the weather reports. In addition to its predictions, it is also known for its observatory, which is the oldest in Slovakia and allows to uncover the secrets of the night sky.
If you are thinking about this year's holiday, be sure not to forget the Canary Islands in your choice. Although geographically a part of the African continent, it belongs to Spain. Tenerife is their largest island and attracts not only the tranquil atmosphere, but also the more demanding tourists for its unique beauty of volcanic nature.
Previously, we visited Montana and today we move to the neighboring state, Idaho. Its total area is 216 000 square kilometers. With its 7 inhabitants per square km, the local population density is two and a half times higher than in Montana.
Spring is on and the tourist season is underway. Go to nature, culture and do some sightseeing. There are countless of them in the Czech Republic and today you can see Pernštejn Castle with us.
Today we visit beautiful and mysterious places surrounded by forests, underground caves and tree-top paths.
On the border of the Šumava Nature Park and the Kochánov Nature Park you can find a village called Javorná next to the main road from Klatovy to Železná Ruda. Stop for a moment at the local church of st. Anna with unique shingle towers or Javorna straight as a great base for walking and cycling around.
After a few days on Isla Mujeres, we go on and plan to visit some Mayan landmarks. We are the first to head to Tulúm. We walk through Cancun and try to hitch a ride. Sometimes it goes, sometimes not, so we take colectivo (delivery - local mass transportation).
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