mexico: out in the nature

mexico and their colorful lifestyle. i love their mexican skull most or rather i love anything skull and i adore their flamboyant culture that’s for sure. tulums is probably a place more for people who likes trekking and taking a walk amongst nature. i for one, honestly didn’t exactly enjoy it but i guess it’s always good to once awhile break away from the city life and see some creepy crawlers huh.

the beach yet again, is gorgeous! that rounds up the exhausting trek well. it’s all worthy when you get to feel the breeze at the beach and to top it off? i bought a nacho libre mask (if you don’t know what nacho libre is? it’s a movie.. see trailer here) and a random other mask. maybe it’ll be good for a photoshoot someday and just because…

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