Hotel Puuc

Address: 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

    ... to see and one day we maybe will hear that here is found a ballcourt. Not yet.

    The area is very beautiful. It small and takes about one hour to see. Because it is a compact area. This is the reason i say that don't miss it if you have some days more here in Yucatan.

    It is very virgin area. No services for the tourists but easy to reach. Bring good shoes and lotts of protection for the ...

    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

    ... was half the fun...

    Aside - We delayed going by one day so that Lars could be free to join us. He's one busy man, that Lars! Ultra-chilled, ultra-smooth, making friends effortlessly wherever he goes. And he's gone many places! In fact, he was completing his tour of Latin America and was due to fly home to Switzerland later that week.

    With Lars leading the pack and the rest of the G7 nations in tow we set off for ...

    Dzibilchaltun, Progreso, and Mayan Glyphs

    A travel blog entry by arielcohen on Aug 04, 2011


    ... for the Mayans in the past at this site. He gathered us in a circle in the center, where we began to clap hands rythmically along with one another. What happened next blew me away, as the echo from each side of the circle began to reverberate back and forth throughout the grounds, and it became clear that the geometric shape of the center was made for just this! Amazing. Finally, we went swimming in the incredibly ...

    Another Great Day at the Hacienda

    A travel blog entry by arielcohen on Jul 27, 2011


    ... is currently studying agriculture at UADY, the local university, and her choice profession was no doubt positively influenced by her strong intergenerational familial ties. After dinner, we went to the internet cafe, where I helped teach one of our students Santos to speak English upon his request. He was totally engaged and I dont doubt that if he keeps practicing he can achieve his goal ...