Posts Tagged: Chichen Itza

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    The Yucatán Peninsula

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    Forty years ago, Cancún was an untouched spit of land off the coast of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. Land that now supports high-end resorts and the nightlife of the world-famous Hotel Zone was nothing but marsh, jungle, and untouched sand. A total of 3 people lived in the area,  caretakers of a coconut plantation. Almost uninhabited,… Read more »

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    Isla Mujeres: The Island of Women

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    To get a better feel for the “real” Mexico, we decided to go off the beaten path. My parents rented a small house on the small island of Isla Mujeres, about a 30 minute ferry ride Northeast of Cancun.