El Bocadito

On road to ruins, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on On road to ruins, Coba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Coba

Day #3 - Thursday

A travel blog entry by bmjvacation on Jan 16, 2014

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... Myan family homes in a small village outside of Coba. We got to see how each family lives and how they make tortillas. We also learnt about the native trees such as the Gum tree which produces a sticky gum substance used to make Chiclets! We later watched a ceremony performed by a local shawman in which he welcomed us to his village and showed us a variety of roots and branches used for medical purposes. On the way home we stopped at a local market for ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by fearlessmark on Jan 16, 2014

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Today we visited Coba, an ancient Maya ruin just a short drive from Tulum.
We walked around in the jungle, and explored some nice ancient buildings. I even climbed a tall pyramid with Mom, an awesome adventure !!


The Jaguar is My Spirit Animal

A travel blog entry by adipeery on Jul 09, 2013

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... perched on my kitchen shelf in it's cheap and painted glory as a reminder of this great trip. The interesting part about Tulum is that it's next to the beach and if you were lucky enough to break through the hoards of people and snag a spot by the railing you enjoyed the most pleasant of breezes sweeping off the turquoise waters. I can imagine ages gone by where civiliations enjoyed brightly colored stone dwellings with the view of this magnificent water - today through ...

Toucan Hunting

A travel blog entry by dan_and_lauren on May 16, 2013

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... top of the great pyramid are similar to Ek Balam’s, but you don’t get the same great views of the surrounding architecture. Despite venturing off-track into the jungle, we couldn’t track down any of the toucans we had heard could be seen in the area, only more mosquitos.

Getting back to Tulum was tricky as well with the early bus cancelled we paid 48 pesos each for the bus at 3.10. This meant we had a few hours to ...

Solving the mystery of the Maya

A travel blog entry by williamluff on Jan 08, 2013

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... Mayan sky. So 365 days in total. The Haab and the Tzolkin were synchronised and represented on the calendar wheels like clockwork cogs. This combined cycle lasted 52 years, meaning Mayan 'centuries' were measured in periods of 52 years, which exceeded Mayan life expectancy. These two calendar measurements are still the most accurate ever devised. The Gregorian calendar of 12 months that we use to this day is inaccurate to the tune of six hours every year, ...