My new Job- Yaaj-Zimbal Jungle Tours

Well, I have been writing from home for a while now and I really like it.. but we are broke - so when a job literally came knocking on my door- what else could I do but consider it.

Now I have worked 1 of the past 6 years for companies that I did not own and it has been almost 2 years since I worked on anything but freelance writing and my Tulum Living website- which at the moment makes no money at all - but there is always the goal. Anyway.

I was invited on a tour recently that my friend is the tour guide for. It is a really fun tour that takes you on a serious 4X4 trip through the jungle. And I mean a serious 4X4ing trip. I have been 4x4ing before tons of times but in mud, snow and sand dunes but this... this is totally different. In the jungle we visit a tall tower that over looks the jungle, some dry caves, small cenotes.

After the 4X4 ride we take them on a zip line and then into a cenote where we will look at a ton of stalagmites and stalactites. After the cenote we are off to a wonderful Mexican bbq! Yummy! I am really excited to start.

I am really excited to possibly be making some payments towards something that we want to get done but I do not want to be away from my family much. But I could use a little break. It is sort of my turn.

Here is a post from when I went of the tour before. It is really cool


Leah Flinn said...

I want to go to Tulum to do this so bad! Looks like you had a really fun time. Glad you were able to do this for yourself :-)

On Mexican Time said...

Congrats on the new job amiga, and just before Christmas!!!!

Samantha the ArmyWife said...

congrats mindy! sounds like a great gig!

Refried Dreamer said...

Congrats on the new job....

but you doooo know, that when we come down, you will DEFINETELY have to show us around!

Happy Holidays momma!

Steve Cotton said...

Good luck on the job. It sounds practically perfect.

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Anonymous said...

just read your blog for the first time. that job sounds like a blast. i love zip lining and the cenote part sounds like a lot of fun too. i will definitely look into it if i am ever in the area.

how great that your kids grew their hair for locks of love. i just saw on the news a few nights ago that three 4th grade boys in the area did the same thing. kids helping kids-how cool is that?!!!

happy new year to you and your lovely family.

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