Rancho Komchen

Address: Libramiento Dzemul-Xtampu KM 1.5, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97404, Mexico | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on Libramiento Dzemul-Xtampu KM 1.5, Merida, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Merida

      Mérida

      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 07, 2014

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      ... museum was shut for maintenance, though I was able to watch a fascinating documentary called Los Mayas. The doc focused on recent discoveries of Mayan cities, including Kiuic:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puuc
      What was startling about this place was that it functioned as a trading hub, though the Middle class Mayans, who were ´following the Mayan dream´, were completely at the mercy of the elements. They relied on rainwater as there were no water sources, and they had ...

      Third times the charm!!

      A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jan 10, 2014

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      ... in their final hours.



      Chichén Itzá's ball court is the largest known in the Americas, measuring 554 feet (168 meters) long and 231 feet (70 meters) wide. During ritual games here, players tried to hit a 12-pound (5.4-kilogram) rubber ball through stone scoring hoops set high on the court walls. Competition must have been fierce indeed—losers were put to death. OUCH!



      Chichén Itzá was more than a religious and ceremonial site. It was also ...

      Meeting teachers and exploring Mérida

      A travel blog entry by acrossthesun on Oct 23, 2013

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      ... various important dates in Mexican history as you walk around it. I braved the busy roundabout so I could do just that, and take some photos close up.

      From the other side of the monument I smelled something extremely good, so headed towards the enticing aromas. I entered what I thought was a bakery but turned out to be a patisserie selling pastries, cakes and other sweet treats. I bought a triangular pastry which was very tasty and was like something ...

      Rip off the Band Aid, and Run

      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Sep 07, 2013

      3 comments

      Well, the morn' of Sept 7 I got up in the wee hours of the morning with my family and Nat and we headed to the Louisville International Airport. There, we met Justin and McKenzie (other Centre students: aka my travel partners). Feeling anxious, full of excitement and curiosity, I was ready to get on the plane. Although my family thought I might want to hang since I was running ahead of schedule, my strong adrenaline and a conversation I had with my boyfriend the night ...

      A Yucatecan cooking tour

      A travel blog entry by thevillatievoli on Aug 12, 2013

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      ... His wife had the kitchen all set up for us. She showed us how to cook the bananna leaves which lined the pressure cooker. We mixed the spices, cut the vegetables and even made a spiced tea. Chatting around the big table we were told stories about cooking and the Mayan way of life. It was a great deal of fun.
      I would highly recomend this tour to anyone moving to the area. After this tour I no longer feel like a tourist in the market and I am comfortable identifying ...