Postcard from Merida, Yucatan: Past time to fly back home

Been dreading this day. The blog has been lagging way behind our last trip before Covid lockdown. But here they are – the final photographic scraps of our month-long stay in Merida earlier this year.

Hoping someone will identify that wild feathery shocking pink flower blooming on a prehistoric looking plant outside of El Gran Museo del Mundo Maya de Merida.

Don’t know how you are feeling during this extended time of hunkering down at home, but I am eager to return to being a practicing boulevardier.

5 thoughts on “Postcard from Merida, Yucatan: Past time to fly back home”

  1. Shaving brush tree. Related to hollyhocks and hibiscus and 5,998 other plants in the Malvaceae family. Of course! I knew that.

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