Mexico 2017 – Day 4

Holy cow I’m alive!

It’s been a month of intense happenings at the Lewis Verdu HQ. But I’m finally back to keep you updated on what my trip to Mexico felt like.

I’ll be totally honest with you, I can’t even remember from the top of my head what I did as it’s been a few months now. But all of the videos and pictures that I took do help me remember.

As a fun fact, if you’re reading this, in ten days I will be immersing myself in a new adventure… Something that I’ve never done before and I’m really excited to try out. More on that on my Instagram.

 

 

Anyways, let’s talk about Mexico!

This fourth day was probably the least exciting of all in my opinion. Which was alright as I woke up with one of the worst hangovers of my life.

We spent our whole day in Xcaret which is supposed to be an archeological park where you can swim, hang out at the beach and see a lot of different animals too. It was a bit disappointing to be honest as I thought there were going to be other things to do besides swim in an underground river (this part was alright).

 

 

Still, for the $85 that the ticket costed us I was expecting much more. Not that we didn’t have fun. We loved chilling at the beach but we quickly found out that there really wasn’t much to do unless you payed extra money to perform other different activities.

If I had to go back in time I would have definitely invested this day somewhere else.

 

Today’s is a short post! I’ll try really hard to post more often. I’m officially on break from school but still working my butt off… So bare with me!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screw it, if you’ve taken the time to read this, you deserve to know.

3 brave soldiers and I will be taking quite a long road trip July 10th. Our destination: Atlanta. A 6 hour road trip, a tent in the middle of the woods and a big city commonly known for its zombie outbreaks awaits.

 

 

Author: Tony Lewis

I own my own blog. Funny right? No, not really. I do online marketing for a living. I love to share my thoughts and opinions on different things, but what I enjoy the most is getting on a plane and exploring the world.