10 Fun Things You Might Not Know About Mexico

Posted April 18, 2017 by & filed under Mayans, Mexico.

Chocolate

Mexico Surprises: 10 Fun Things You Might Not Know When you think of Mexico, what comes to mind? For most, it likely revolves around tequila, tacos and beach resorts. But Mexico contains a wealth of culture, history and nature that most never discover. Read on for 10 fun facts you might not know about Mexico…. Read more »

Celebrating Autumnal Equinox Chichen Itza

Posted August 22, 2014 by & filed under Festivals / Events, Mayans, Pyramids.

Fall Equinox celebration at ancient Mayan city of Chichen Itza Ceremonial hub at sacred water source For thousands of years, onlookers have gathered in the center of Mexico’s Yucatan region, at Chichen Itza, to celebrate the spring and fall equinoxes. Chichen means “at the mouth of the great well,” and the Itza, are the Mayan… Read more »

How to Explore the Ancient Ruins of Mexico

Posted December 1, 2012 by & filed under History, Mayans, Mexico.

Mexico’s ancient civilisations were the most sophisticated and formidable in North and Central America, and the ruins of their cities and sacred precincts are an unforgettable highlight of any trip there. The tall pyramids, richly decorated temples and palaces, ritual ball-game courts and gruesome sacrificial sites have amazed outsiders since the Spaniards arrived on Mexican… Read more »

Mexico Travel Tips and More

Posted June 21, 2010 by & filed under Beaches, History, Mayans, Mexico, Tips.

From BusinessVN.net Mexico’s extraordinarily long and tumultuous history can account for such modern juxtapositions, as highly developed civilizations have inhabited the region for nearly 3,000 years. The rise and fall of great societies, particularly before Spanish arrival, has enriched the country with fantastic legends and lore that infiltrate every aspect of Mexico’s art, design and… Read more »