Cenotes, Yucatan Peninsula

Soft limestone in the Yucatan gets eroded over time forming gigantic cenotes dotting the Yucatan peninsula edge where the impact crater that wiped out the dinosaurs hit the earth so many millions of years ago.  The mayans believe that the caves and cenotes were literally gateways into the underworld.  When drought came they sacrificed many…

Chitzen Itza – Mexico

The temple of Kukulcan, the central temple structure, built around 670, took 200 years to design and over 13 or so to build.  Chitzen Itza, or the sorcerers of water, was central to Mayan culture which began around AD 600 thriving from a long period of heavy rain that enabled a population boom.  It is…

The Surfin Burrito, Cancun

The Surfin Burrito is the best quick option for the northern tip of the peninsula if you want fast, easy and delicious.  They are consistent and have an easy, build your own burrito or taco, menu to please all taste buds.  This time we got the surf n turf burrito with the works, a steak…

Cancun, Mexico

Located on the north-eastern shore of the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico, the white, powdery sand beaches and spicy fiesta culture is unparalleled in Cancun. All the fun beach activities to partake in including fishing, golfing, boating, jet skis, paragliding, scuba diving, snorkeling, and beach-combing.  Go into the city center and visit Mercado 28. Grab some…