The story of road trip in Mexico

I'm not happy with how this layout turned out, but it still tells a story that I want to tell you.

Last spring me and my husband were on vacation in Mexico. Mainly it was a beach holiday but of course we wanted to see some sights too. We decided to go and see the Chichen Itza archaeological site. We always want to do things by ourselves so we rented a car. Based on the stories we read from the interner we knew that driving in Mexico might not be so easy and we must be careful. We read that the local police is very eager to give tickets to tourist so it was very important not to speed at all.

Easier said than done. Of course the locals didn't care about the speed limits. We cared, but it was so hard to really know what the speed limit was as it seemed to change after every mile (at least it felt like that). It was the most stresfull drive of our lives, but we managed and the drive back felt a lot easier.

This layout was created for this week's CSI challenge.

Evidence: stripes, polka dots, pockets
Testimony: Put your journaling in a pocket.

Materials: American crafts, Studio Calico, Pink Paislee, Crate Paper, We R Memorykeepers, Sakura

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