It’s hard to dodge the Mayans here in Mexico. We’ve visited a half dozen ancient temples, ate Mayan food, and scoped out museums filled with ancient stone artifacts. With all this old stuff, you might even be excused if you think that the Mayans died out long ago, but you’d be wrong. The story that […]
via Mo’ Mayans, Mo’ Better — jd – To Infinity & Beyond!
Mexico has for me always been one of those destinations that seemed so close (especially having grown up in California), yet I’ve never actually set foot in this country until now! And there’s so much to see and experience—everything here seems foreign yet strangely familiar at the same time. After landing in Cancun’s International Airport, […]
via Taste of the Yucatan — Food, People, and Culture
To try to solve the Mayan mystery, we visited the three most popular ruins on the Yucatán Peninsula at Chichén Itzá, Uxmal, and Tulum.
via The Mayan Mystery — Month at a Time Travel
Crossing the colonial Yucatán Peninsula, we formed new pastel-colored impressions amidst a jungle of dark green.
via Crossing Colonial Yucatán — Month at a Time Travel
We got back last week from our family trip to the Yucatan, this post is an overview of our itinerary with more specific posts to come. If you are interested in the whole breakdown of our budget CLICK HERE. It’s quite fascinating I think. Thursday We had a 10:45 flight out of Miami and landed […]
via Our Yucatan Itinerary — J is for Journey
Explore beautiful Yucatan thanks to this photo gallery!
via Yucatan: a visual tour — Best regards from far,
There is no doubt that Mexico is an amazing country to visit, not just for the typical tourism but also for unique scuba diving and snorkeling experience. Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula is known for having nearly 7,000 cenotes. A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater […]
via Amazing Cenotes in Mexico to Dive and Snorkel — indahs: dive, travel & photography