MX: The One(s) in Mexico – A Wonder and Cenotes (Day Twelve, Thirteen, & Fourteen) — A Weary Traveller

Ah, the last post. The last adventures of Mexico. A complete two-week cycle. My inner OCD is content. There had, for the lack of a better term, been a large build-up to our penultimate day adventuring (I disregard the last day – day fourteen – mainly for the reason that it was spent in the […]

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MX: The One(s) in Mexico – (More) Ruins and Beaches (Day Nine, Ten & Eleven) — A Weary Traveller

Looking at my pathetic log of the activities, I can draw two conclusions. The first being that, as time went on, our touristing days grew less and less packed. That’s not to say that they were any less tiring, but evidence suggests that, rather than stuffing the day with at least four/five activities, we reduced […]

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Once Hidden in Plain Sight and Surprisingly Ignored: The Great Pyramid of Cholula — Era of Light

Mesoamerica is home to a number of pyramids. Some of these pyramids are quite well-known, whilst others are much more obscure. Despite being recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest pyramid in the world, one of the less familiar pyramids is the Great Pyramid of Cholula. It should be mentioned

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A Mayan Exploration — the adventures of dos tortas

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About an hour and a half drive from Bacalar is the town of Xpujil. Like many Mexican villages, it is situated on a major highway. Highway 186 connects east (the Bay of Chetumal) and west (the Gulf of Mexico) at the base of the Yucatan Peninsula and in the heart of one of the most advanced […]

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