Mexico

The Wonderful Cenote Ik Kil in Mexico.

The Wonderful Cenote Ik Kil in Mexico Will Never Fail to Stun You

The wonderful cenote Ik Kil in Mexico will never fail to stun you. We arrived around 10:30 in the morning

Views of Cancun from the Top (Mexico).

View of Cancun from the Top

On our way back from Cancun to New York City, my friend and I were seated in the business class.

Merida – Once A Home To More Millionaires Than Any Other Cities in The World

Most visitors to the Yucatan come for the sun, sand and surf of Cancun and the Mayan Riviera. Those who

The Rituals of Voladores

The first time I saw it was at a park, on my way to the the Tulum Ruins gate, I

Cenote Azul

Cenotes are unique to Mexico, especially in the Yucatan State. They are wells surrounded by rocks and most often they

Snorkeling in Cozumel

Together with a fellow backpacker I met at Playa del Carmen, we bought a round-trip ferry ticket to Cozumel for

Mexico – Playa del Carmen

I’ve been told. And I’ve been warned: “Cancun and Playa del Carmen are not your Mexico you would want to know,” a

A Day in Valladolid

Valladolid is a very colonial city that has retained much of its Spanish characteristics. A leisurely stroll in the city

Mexico – Tulum Ruins aka Tulum Ruinas

Less than 20 minutes by public transport from Sirenis Beach Hotel and Resort is the Tulum Ruins archaeological site that

Eating Deer Meat in Mexico

We left Chichen Itza at around 3 in the afternoon—and everyone was hungry. Except me. I felt that the calories

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