Caryl and Brian's World Bike Tour

Mexico - 1997

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On to Mexico, another day another country - January 1, 1997


Part way down Baja is this odd looking eagle - January 12, 1997


A church designed by Eiffel in Santa Rosalia - January 18, 1997


Party time in Merida - January 24, 1997


Swimming in a Yucatan cenote is like swimming in a fish bowl - January 28, 1997


This is a typical Yucatan house called a "na" - January 31, 1997


Uxmal from atop the main temple - February 7, 1997


Fascinating Mayan carvings - February 7, 1997


These are all repeats of the same god, Chacmul - February 7, 1997


Mexican markets are all a colorful affair - February 11, 1997


A very young ice cream salesman - February 20, 1997


One of the impressive temples of Tikl, Guatemala - March 2, 1997


These all are candles sold for offerings in church - March 9, 1997


These paintings are all made from sawdust. Some sort of contest was in place - March 9, 1997


Our first visit to Honduras - March 10, 1997


El Chalten in Honduras has some of the most remarkable stone carvings - March 10, 1997


Women of Guatemala still wear their traditional costume - March 18, 1997


Painted and decorated, old US school buses have a new life in Guatemala. - March 25, 1997


More but different traditional costumes in San Cristobal de las Casas - March 28, 1997


In San Cristobal they do the whole Easter parade, Christ and all - March 28, 1997


Just about the very next day there are beauty queens in spring celebration - March 30, 1997


A different era from Mayan, Teotihuacan - April 9, 1997


In Guadalajara these guys will type up anything, anytime for a small price - April 21, 1997

 

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Acknowledgements

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We'd like to thank my father, Charles Johnson, whose diligent mail forwarding and other logistical support make this journey far easier than it could be otherwise.

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Wendy Strutin Riedy for archiving the newsletters on her WWW site, http://outthereliving.com


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