Hotel Puuc

Calle 55 No. 80 x 44 , Oxkutzcab, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle 55 No. 80 x 44 , Oxkutzcab.
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    The amazing Mayan ruins, Mayapán

    A travel blog entry by jormaontour on May 07, 2014

    75 photos

    ... first impression was. Where are the tourists? The simply answer is in Chichen and Uxmal. My opinion is that start your Mayan hobby from the most famous places. After that you can visit many more depending the time and the level of your intrest.

    Mayapán is very much like Chichen. It has the pyramids and observatorium but miss the ball court. But just behind the area were many more ruins left to find. It ...

    Santa Elena ... And Chac The Rain God

    A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 22, 2014

    46 photos

    ... largest ruin at Uxmal. There is the Pyramid of the Magician with a unique oval base, which legend says was built in one night by a dwarf.

    There was a quadrangle with impressively decorated facades, a carving of a feathered rattlesnake with a warrior's head emerging from its jaws, Chac rain-god masks, one above the other with hooked noses and the east facade which is beautiful ...

    Swimming In Caves

    A travel blog entry by thelees on Jan 19, 2012

    4 comments, 10 photos

    A day trip from Merida that everyone absolutely raves about is to the "cenotes" (pronounced "sair-nor-tairs"). Now it's my turn!

    In English they are referred to as "sink holes". To the common (wo)man that means naturally occuring swimming pools in underground caves. It's a Yucatan phenomenon with cenotes scattered all across the peninsula. As an intro we headed for Cazuma to experience three in one go! Plus we heard the ...

    Dzibilchaltun, Progreso, and Mayan Glyphs

    A travel blog entry by arielcohen on Aug 04, 2011


    ... side and thus illuminating the whole center of the structure. I´m absoultely infatuated with the idea of seeing this in my lifetime, and bought a magnet with a photo of the event so I can show it to you all and hopefully recruit some of you to join me on a trip to the site and this beautiful part of the world sometime in the future. Another amazing experience, our tour guide took us to the center for ceremonies and ...

    La Hamaca and Tomorrow's Field Trip

    A travel blog entry by arielcohen on Aug 03, 2011


    ... a cenote, or sinkhole, which we can go swimming in if we so choose. So excited for it all!

    I'm gonna stop now because my stomach is all over the place (would it really be a trip to Mexico without a little adjustment to the food, water, etc.?), and I might just start talking about some very private and inappropriate stuff on here. Okay, now I seriously need to go before you all stop following my blog. Hope you all miss me as much as I miss you!

    Hasta Luego,