El Bocadito

On road to ruins, Coba, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Coba

Weekend in Coba

A travel blog entry by ccheng


Coba ruins were beautiful, especially when you reach the top of the only ruins that you can climb. From atop, you could only see Coba forest and its two lakes. Supposedly, the whole site is humongous and to go to the end of the site, you would need to cover 8 km! At least that's what we were told as we wondered if we should rent bicycles. Finally …

Day #3 - Thursday

A travel blog entry by bmjvacation


Sorry I am obviously not a good blogger, combination of very slow upload speed and too busy drinking haha... we are home now but I will finish the blog anyway as promised :)

Well Thursday was an early morning again, the shuttle bus picked us up at 8:00am and we made the 1.5 hour drive out to the Coba Ruins for the day. It was a 2 km hike into the ruins site where we seen the famous ball courts and of course got to climb the tallest pyramid in the ...

Toucan Hunting

A travel blog entry by dan_and_lauren


Thursday 16th May

We planned to get to Coba, 45 km from Tulum relatively early but didn't end up getting there until mid-morning. This was because there are no longer buses that run to Coba from Tulum and we found it really hard to track down a collectivo. It seemed that each taxi driver we asked sent us to a different location. We eventually found one a few blocks up from the bus station but had to wait for some ...

Solving the mystery of the Maya

A travel blog entry by williamluff


Facts and figures alert! The Maya used a dual calendar system. And here's how it worked... The first was the ceremonial calendar known as the Tzolkin running over 260 day periods, which dictated religious observance, agricultural activities, family affairs and pre-destined the life of the Maya according to their birth date. It was made up of 20 'day' cycles which ran alongside 13 'number' cycles in unique combinations until the 260th day when it started all ...

Conquerors of Coba!

A travel blog entry by williamluff


The look of terror on Coman's face as he stands petrified, shaking and sweating, clinging to the narrow pyramid steps 100 feet above the earth, frightens me no end. "Sit down," I implore him, "just sit down and you'll be ok!!" But he's frozen, unable to look up or down, and seconds turn to minutes as he clutches the stones for dear life, until he manages to finally take the next step and make it up to where I'm reaching out my hand for him. It's the worst attack of vertigo he's ever ...


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