Recycling Monday/ Lunes de Reciclaje Mérida Yucatán 2013, México — cfotofan

Text credits: http://www.merida.gob.mx/turismo/contenido/cultura_in/cultura.htm Celebrations and lively traditions always arrive on time to offer a colorful spectacle, rich in unforgettable images. This is how Merida lives a great 1-year-long cultural festival, and how thousands of visitors from around the globe become spectators of the city’s intense day-to-day reality. Every night, the Historic Center invites you to […]

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Cenotes — zinszi

My professor said a cenote was a swimming hole, so that’s what I called it in the post I wrote, yesterday. But after a little digging, I now know that is a very poor description. Cenotes are far more than swimming holes!! They are directly related to Mayan pyramids AND the crater caused by the […]

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Mérida, City in Mexico — zinszi

Last week, my Spanish professor showed us a video about the city of Mérida and a phenomenon that occurs in the area called Cenotes. I’ve been meaning to look up both because they are so close to Cancún. I’ll start with Mérida, today, and dig into Cenotes, tomorrow. Mérida is the capital and largest city […]

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How to Visit Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula, Part 2: Valladolid, a Slice of Heaven — Island Style Photography and Blog

Valladolid Valladolid is truly a hidden treasure. It gives you everything you want out of a Mexican city. The exhilarating hustle and bustle of small pedestrian streets. Street vendors, amazing food, artwork, and local atmosphere. Affordability beyond your highest expectations. And a truly warm and calming feeling. Valladolid was truly the highlight of our trip […]

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