Hierva el Agua - petrified waterfall
water with a high mineral content
mystical view at 6am
exterior wall panels with ornaments
Playa Zipolite - famous for its nudist beach
Playa San Agustin
Overlander Camp Don Taco
save water - shower with a friend
super soothing massage from Alex
Playa San Agustin with 54 restaurants
Restaurant El Capi
freshly caught fish well prepared
San Cristobal de las Casas
Mariachis accompany the funeral procession through the village
shave in an exquisite hairdressing salon
always fascinating architecture and facades of mexican churches
remedies are also offered on the street
fresh market - San Cristobal de las Casas
shoe manufacturers on the street
selection of skirt belts
what watch brand?
mobile shoe store
colonial past, but indigenous present
one of over 1'000 restaurants in San Cristobal de las Casas
up to Thai dishes, everything is available
Copper handicrafts in Santa Clara de Cobre
heavy iron hammer
copper museum in Santa Clara de Cobre
wood mask from the artist Felipe Horta, Tocuaro
scarry wood masks are carved with this tools
street image in Santa Clara del Cobre
art delivery, Tzintzuntzan
sale can be quite exhausting
Camping Villa Patzcuaro
Mexicans always seem to be hungry
Patzcuaro by night
Cathedral de Morelia
mural in the Palacio de Gobierno de Michoacan, Morelia
Restaurant San Miguelito, Morelia
in this restaurant you will find skeletons
a lot of art, but also kitsch
mexican feather art works
art to be afraid of
More Sweetly Play the Dance:- a large panorama project by South African artist William Kentridge- seen at Centro Cultural Clavijero, Morelia
procession of shadowy figures
The project is 22 meters long and 6 meters high.
...accompanied by the sounds of a brass band
Centro Cultural Clavijero, Morelia - special exhibition
Pueblo Magico Tepotzotlan
Templo de San Francisco Javier, Tepotzotlan
Arbol de Tule - older than 2'000 years, about 14 meters of circumference, 42 meters high
Santo Domingo de Guzman, Oaxaca
renewal of the poliment gilding
El Rancho RV Park, Oaxaca
El Rancho RV Park with swimming pool
breathtaking view from the terrace of the Restaurant Pitiona, Oaxaca
Cocina de Autor
outstanding, modern cuisine
aroma and art
Day of the Dead - celebrating life!
art in front of a church
at the Playa Las Glorias
leisure activity: beach racing
restaurants at Punta Cerritos, Mazatlan
Cathedral of Mazatlan
Cathedral of Tonala
entrance restaurant Casa Luna
Hold on tight and don't let go!
La Catrina - a figure, which is symbolic of the day of the dead in Mexico.
Gallery Rodo Padilla
sculptures of a special kind
Gorditos - these characters talk about the everyday life and the joy of life.
Charly's Restaurant and Trailer Park
tropical trumpet flowers
walk in Tzintzuntzan - the place of the hummingbirds
The right tires mounted!
In China and Mexico, the white cross in the red box is used for pharmacies and hospitals instead of the red cross in the white box.
products from plant fibers
Ivo's Pizzeria in Patzcuaro
Tortillas, mexican flatbread
Convento de Santa Ana - Tzintzuntzan
Atrio de los Olivos
planted by Vasco de Quiroga over 500 years ago
protected, well-preserved frescoes
Mexican street kitchen
together, it tastes even better
Campestre Aleman - the trout restaurant
on the way with "Colectivos", white minibuses
Artesanias Panikua - art made of straw
but difficult to wash...
scratches a little while wearing
the Artisan Antonio Cornelio Rendon
on the island Jaracuaro
Jaracuaro, a typical village near Patzcuaro lake
We are always enthusiastic about the shapes and elegance of the iron gates.
live in the streets
What went wrong here?
Backroads - away from the tar
RODEO - athletic competition
see and be seen
A Rodeo Miss symbolizes the youth of a state that wants to further promote the sport of the professional rodeoand the Great Western Way.
prestige and prizes...
Cowboys protect themselves well padded
Even before the event, there was a detention.
Cowboys should hold onto the horse for a few seconds -10 seconds are extremly long.
Rodeo, a relic from the Wild West.
Calf Roping -on horse catching a young cattle with bare hands and pushing to ground.
whoops, it's gone
turn the bull's head untill it falls to the ground!
crazy?to put on the back of a sheep a 5 to 6 year old child, under 55 pounds body weight
Mutton Busting - is supposed to be the best youth sport for today's overprotected children!
A belt is tied tightly around the flanks and presses the abdomen down; because of this pain the animal is bucking.
The horse should not be touched with the "free" hand.
When riding on saddled horse, both feet of the rider must remain in stirrups.
a journey into the past
the life at the time of the first settlers
establishment from the pioneering days
artfully crafted oven
relax at the Alcova Reservoir
Now we know who has left marks on the bonnet at night.
outlook on the San Juan River
Valley of the Gods
huge rock formations
Mexican Hat Rock
our campsite with 360 degree panoramic views in a dreamscape
Carhenge of Alliance, Nebraska
artwork from old cars
Custer State Park with hilly grassland and giant bison herds
Bison bull (right) and -cow
Bison rolls in a sandpit
art in the village of Custer
once upon a time, it was around 200,000 years ago...
a museum and an active paleontological site
the world's largest research center for mammoths
Snow Range Scenic Byway
a nice ride that reminded us of Switzerland
The Wyoming Territorial Prison is a former jail near Laramie.
crime and punishment in those years were different
Fort Laramie, a formr trading post and later an army fort.
The Fort had the task of protecting the trade routes from indians.
some buildings are restored and furnished with original equipment
every portrait is 18 meters high
National Presidential Wax Museum
in wax he does not lie and does not cause any damage
back to the moon
Prairie Berry Winery
after tasting we left the winery without anything to buy
Trump advertising vehicle
promotional sign seen on the way from Rapid City to Badlands
here you can find things which you realy dont need
on the huge, overcrowded parking lot was still pointed out - bring your camera!
tasteless sensory overload
Badlands National Park
landscape shaped by the weather
our campsite with a view
even such a vehicle is not pulled out of traffic
We call them car sleepers and hard to believe, but there are many in North America.
Devils Tower National Monument
a sacred mountain for Native American
powerful claws with which they dig in the earth
gallery in Hulett
here the show Western History
what a seat opportunity
Sturgis Time - once a year, the hick town in Wyoming is visited by about 700'000 bikers
Sturgis Motorcycle Museum
Harley-Davidson "Streamliner" with the famous motorcycle racer "Smokin Joe" Petrali.
center of Sturgis
Harleys, as far as the eye can see