Cancun is famous for its resorts, but did you know there’s much more to do there than relaxing in resorts? Here I show you how I’ve spent my few trips to this party capital in the Riviera Maya.
The end of the world in 2012 has been highly discussed by many schools of thought, but what do each of them say about it? And, will it end like they say?
Chichen Itza might be considered a New World Wonder, but does that meant that your visit will be “World Wonder worthy”?
Architecture plays a big role in the understanding of the Ancient Maya culture. Now, if I was an Ancient Maya architect, how would I have performed my profession back then?
Caving at Actun Tunichil Muknal is not only an adventure, but it is also a way to look into the past by listening to the stories told by the cave and the object the Mayas left behind.
The Ceiba Tree has a rich cultural relationship with the Mayas. It has a deep relationship with the world, the cosmos, and the underworld the Mayas believed in.
Maya Astronomy is a complex and interesting science that defines the Maya culture. December 21, 2011 marks a year to the infamous date in the Maya Calendar, the end of the world.
Chichen Itza, one of the most impressive sites in the Maya world, has many structures worth admiring. Here are the most important sights you shouldn’t miss.
Many Maya archaeological sites have a mysterious history, but Nim Li Punit is one of the sites that tells a vivid and clear story through its stelas.
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