4th and 5th days-off → New-Mexico

TWO days-off: perfect opportunity to test my new car: let’s go for 1 110 miles (wahoo writing this article just made me realized how many miles I drove!!!!). New-Mexico is called the Land of enchantment so let’s discover why.

It’s really not easy to travel alone, specially for a trip as cheap as I can (means sleeping in the back of my car etc) but hopefully, the weather and my car were very lenient with me.

  • Carlsbard Cavern : beyond th somewhat familiar surrounding of rugged mountains and broad plains is another world. Away from sunlight, away for the flowering cactus, away from the songs of the desert birds and the howl of the coyote, lies the celebrated underground world of Carlsbad Cavern : incomparable realm of gigantic subterranan chambers, fantastics cave formations, and extraordinary features.

  • White Sands National Monument : rising from the heart of the basin, is one of the world’s great natural wonders – the glistening white sands of New-Mexico. I get a perfect timing with the sunset to enjoy these brilliant and white dunes.

  • Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument: mysterious and isolated, these remarkable cliff dwellings were occupied in the 13th century by Mogollons, prehistoric division of the American Southwest.

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