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Ancient City of Tulum đź’€

One “excursion” or place to visit while in Mexico is the ancient city of Tulum

Tulum is a rare city built by the Mayans because it is one of the few walled cities. 125 more words

Going Through Waves of Depression, Exploring HumanismPlus aka Transhumanism, Atheistic Religious Raëlism, & the Pleiadians, AGAIN???

I am not sure how long or short this post will be, I am pretty knackered now and have barely done anything today, and should really be conserving what little energy I have left, unless I want to have another episode. 954 more words

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Welcome Home Yucatan Travelers

Welcome Home Yucatan Travelers, now is your chance to exlore the most famous of the Mayan ruins—Chichen Itza and Uxmal—in Mexico. Click here to see a sample quote

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THIS IS NOT A POEM ABOUT SOMEONE'S HISTORICAL PREFERENCES 3.16.17

Spoken from one young woman to another, around 5:00 in the afternoon, in front of Powell Library, at UCLA.

3.16.17

I fucking love history, like the really old shit. 58 more words

Cobá

We decided to spend most of our second day in Mexico visiting Cobá and we did not regret it. To us, it was the first contact with the jungle, and not only that – the first time we got to climb a Mayan pyramid! 2,290 more words

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Xunantunich Mayan Ruins

It only took three or four days and I could finally pronounce Xunantunich. It means “Stone Woman” and refers to the ghost of a woman who people say haunts the site to this day. 440 more words

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What Happened at the Mayan Ballcourts?

Researchers say there are over 1,300 ballcourts that have been identified, with 60 percent of those being discovered in just the last 20 years. Many of those were practice ballcourts where people would come to play for fun or hone their skills. 113 more words

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