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The Pyramid of the Sun: How Much Longer Will It Last?

As you may have seen earlier, I posted my first blog post in Spanish.  As promised here is the English version, but I wanted to get the other one out first.   330 more words


La Pirámide del Sol: ¿Cúanto más nos dura?


Pues por primera ves voy a escribir una entrada en el blog en español.  También lo traduciré, pero por ahora vamos a publicar el que está en español.  332 more words


Mexico City Part 1 - Teotihuacan and Mercado de Sonora

You know you’re on your way to Mexico City when the security is cranked up a notch. All the way from Cancun, through Tulum, Chichen Itza, Merida, Campeche, Palenque, San Cristobal and Oaxaca, the security checks had been light to non-existent. 1,719 more words


Calling Dan Brown

You gotta love these people: no one really knows where they came from, no one really knows what happened to them (even though they built what was the largest city in the Americas at the time), their primary deity was a woman, and they built the coolest pyramids around.


Pyramides in Teotihuacán & Mexico City

Our first big archaeological ruins in Teotihuacán, Mexico. The name of the site, which means “place of the gods,” comes from the Aztecs, one of Mexico’s largest and most impressive archaeological sites.  514 more words