Yucatan

Yucatan I had always wanted to visit Maya ruins, particularly in 2012, and would have been happy to go to any of the Central American countries where they remain but Mexico was cheapest. There have been a couple of State warnings about American travelers to Mexico and some areas are very dangerous especially on the Texas border. There was a terrorist incident in Cancun but generally that area is safe. As A. dropped me at the airport, I turned and shouted, “Don’t pay the ransom!” I decided to fly into Cancun and travel down to the coast to a resort called Playacar which was about 50 miles south. Another 50 miles south are the ruins of Tulum, a UNESCO heritage site, and one of the youngest Maya structures. As you can see above it was situated on the Caribbean for trading and it was well fortified. Read the whole story by clicking on the red link POSTCARD FROM YUCATAN 2012 – click here

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5 thoughts on “Yucatan

  1. oops, your great post
    I have read and addoré with a wonderful landscape
    Are not you afraid with this great lizard ? Never, I can not put my finger on these beasts even very small
    They make me too afraid
    Very nice photos of walks and super post
    Thank you for sharing
    kisses

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