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Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // DISTRICT MTV, VICE, ADIDAS, BlondeMag, VIVA etc.

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Urbanstraße 127
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Cancun Diary Part III

Mexico x Neckermann

This last diary post from my trip to Cancun, Mexico is coming just in time before I fly in the same direction again, this time to Cuba. But before I get too excited about that, I managed to finally get the last pictures from Mexico ready for posting. Usually if I travel to a city or place, I like to discover everything myself. Maybe because tours always remind me of old people, tourists or families... and I definitely don't see me in any of those categories (pff of course not, crazy individual me). So I never even thought about booking one of these day trips where they organize things for you.

Since I was traveling for a Neckermann cooperation though, this was part of the deal and I'm so glad I did it. Yeeeez did I miss out these years before. Yes they are touristy and there are people within your group you would probably never be in contact with otherwise... but that can also be really fun. The trip we took was called "Xenotes" and was a an exploration of four cenotes (little or large waterholes with the clearest water and beautiful nature). Some of them are more like a grotto, others are more like a sea. It really depends. So we went to four different ones and did various of activities at each of them. That included zip lining, snorkeling, going with a canoe or swimming under a waterfall. I even jumped from a cliff (no idea what adrenaline rush took over there). I definitely had one of the best days ever!

So yeah below you'll find some more or less great shots of me trying to do a numerous of things I'm not good at (I don't consider myself a great swimmer by the way), but also a few shots of amazing scenery. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed that day! If anyone is going to Cancun soon, feel free to ask me anything!

Oct. 21, 2016

Labels: On track, Sail the Seas