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New York City's Chocolate Paradise

Prepare your tastebuds for a chocolatey experience for the books, located right in the Big Apple.

New York State’s first-ever chocolate museum arrived in Manhattan on March 6 to feed the curiosity of any chocolate lover, along with their sweet tooth. 543 more words


Copan Ruines, Honduras: Day 8

The heart of the Mayans beats right here in Copan. The history of Mayan civilization was carved on the steps of the Copan temples by the Mayans themselves. 541 more words

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The Sun and Golden Ages

I recently had an epiphany and it had something to do with the book Dawn Of The Sixth Sun by Sergio Magaña & Birthing A New Civilization Transitioning To The Golden Age 2032 by Dianna Cooper. 505 more words

Mayan calendar expert says May 24th, 2017 is more significant than December 21st, 2012

Recently, The Mind Unleashed interviewed Carl Johan Calleman, one of the world’s foremost experts on the Mayan calendar, to discuss with him the significance of a new cycle that begins on May 24th, 2017. 1,262 more words


PPBF - Rainbow Weaver

For today’s Perfect Picture Book, I’m venturing south to Guatemala, a country that has almost 6% of the population living outside of its borders, many of them in the United States, as they seek to escape extreme poverty and violence: 736 more words

Milpa To Mesa

My foraging around about food leads me to many small pleasures, and here is one. Thanks to Florence Fabricant for bringing my attention to Masienda… 249 more words


The Riviera Maya: Beyond the Cancun, Mexico Resorts

Cancun and the surrounding area are known as resort and party destinations, but they have so much more to offer. The Riviera Maya is a great place for exploring cenotes and beaches, while also learning about Mayan civilizations. 922 more words