Maya Calle — 110 kilometers, Coba, y Valladolid

I rode 110 kilometers today, climbed the stairs of a Mayan temple, and am now sightseeing in Valladolid — the breakfast doughnut is long gone.

About David Murphy

David Murphy is an author who is working in Mexico.  He writes novels, poems, and short stories for children and adults. He received his M.A. in English from Kansas State University where he won the Seaton Fellowship for Creative Writing. Since then, he's worked in the field of Education in Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, and Washington state. Contact him at: DavidMurphy13 at Gmail dot com.
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6 Responses to Maya Calle — 110 kilometers, Coba, y Valladolid

  1. elena says:

    UH la la !!! someone will be super fit!!!:-)

  2. Charlie Murphy says:

    David, Looks like you are taking a wonderful cycling trip with lots of great sightseeing along the way. Your blog is really interesting and well written (as expected from a BFA in Creative Writing). Keep us up to speed as you can. Dad

  3. Amy Minett says:

    Are you reading Octavio Paz?

    • David Murphy says:

      Am reading Thor Heyerdahl´s, Aku-Aku: The Secrets of Easter Island, an account of his 1956 archaeological excavation of Easter Island. My friend Ty loaned it to me. Are you reading Octavio Paz?

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