Yucatan Photo of the Day – Hangin’ out in Valladolid

Posted January 28, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mexican Culture,Mexico Destinations

Valladolid, Mexico

Young people are the same wherever you go. These teenagers are just hangin’ out chatting and listening to music in the town zocalo of Valladolid, Mexico.

Find out more about this historical city in Yucatan.

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