What to do in the beautiful Merida, capital of Yucatan Why was it called the white city? I’ll tell you in a bit. Merida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo junior (or handsome) …
Sharing is caring 😉 This is my first post about food and probably will be the only one, we’ll see. Anybody would think that being Italian I should be able to cook perfectly and have …
Your comprehensive mini guide of Jamaica: where to stay, where to eat, where to explore – Practical information to move around and live like a local.
My suggestions on the best accommodation choice in the area of Uxmal and the Ruta Puuc.
UXMAL – A UNESCO World Heritage site. It is the most representative settlement of the Puuc region architecture, with its hieroglyphic panels and mascarons and the peculiar lay out of the buildings which reveals their mastery in astronomy.
CAMPECHE- 6 reasons to visit this multicoloured city, the often forgotten city in the Yucatan Peninsula, capital of the State of Campeche. The vibrant historical centre and surroundings.
Before entering the State of Campeche and getting to Calakmul area, you litterally bump into this two amazing archaeological sites that you cannot miss….
Yaxcopoil meaning “The place of the green Alamo trees” in Mayan language, is dated back to the 17th century, which means that it was operating also before the apogeo of the green gold and it was considered one of the most important and largest haciendas for the cattle ranch and of course the henequén cultivation.
- Page 1 of 2