Tag Archives: Yucatan

Maya Museum in Cancun

by Carlos Quintana After years of haggling for the resources to have a new  museum, with an investment of nearly 200 million pesos (+- 15,400 K.Dlls US) and almost six years in the making the Mayan Museum in Cancun was … Continue reading

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Merida-Matronly Madame of the Yucatan

By Jeanine Lee Kitchel: As a longtime resident of the Riviera Maya it’s easy to be lulled into thinking that Mexico is a mirror-image of its well-heeled neighbor to the north. Just take a look at Cancun’s elegant high-rise hotels, … Continue reading

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Cenotes of the Yucatan

From Wikitravel: Cenotes of the Yucatan is a route through the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. It follows a network of secondary roads through the interior of the peninsula which the Mexican government has dubbed La Ruta de los Cenotes (The … Continue reading

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Snorkeling the cenotes

By Steve Gerrard: You don’t need to be a diver to enjoy the crystal clear cenotes. These incredible windows to the underground can easily be explored by snorkelers. Proper equipment allows the snorkeler not only to see, swim and breathe … Continue reading

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