Just returned from my trip to Campeche, Mexico for my best friend's destination wedding. It was a fantastic experience, that included staying at the historic Hacienda Uayamon. The Hacienda Uayamon is situated in the outskirts of Campeche, nestled within it's own jungle. This jungle included ruins of buildings from the 1800s, majestic trees, bat caves (I like to call bats "night birds") and the biggest spiders I've seen in person. I already miss the lime margaritas and hope to encounter their deliciousness again one day.
The trip included an excursion to a beautiful Cenote, where we swam, kayaked and zip lined. Monkeys watched from the trees as we had the Cenote to ourselves for the day. Which proud to say, I successfully zip lined, an adventure that's been on my bucket list for awhile.
The wedding itself, was an intimate gathering of friends and family. With tequila, a variety of Don Julio, flowing and delicious food. In fact, there was a lady making handmade tortillas throughout the night over a fire. In between dancing I took a field trip with guests to one of the bat caves nearby. Honestly, if I wasn't deep in tequila I'm not sure I would have made the decision to do so. What is life without a little (drunken) adventures?
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Happy to be part of this beautiful celebration. A memorable experience that included traveling to a far away land I wouldn't have seen otherwise. It makes me excited for the traveling that lays ahead in 2016!
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