Muyil ruins

The most peaceful, tranquil and least touristic ruins I have seen so far, were at the Muyil archeological site. I took an ado bus from Tulum for twenty minutes to reach the area. On entering the site, the lack of people was so refreshing. I was on my own exploring the jungle, old ruins and... Continue Reading →

San Cristobal

San Cristobal is a beautiful little mountain village. It has several lovely churches, little shops, restaurants and a few markets. While here I have taken three yoga classes in the posada genesh hostel I am staying at. All the classes were great and very relaxing. I have also been walking around town exploring the nooks... Continue Reading →

Last day in Oaxaca

Our couch surfing friend very kindly took us to the Mayan ruins named Monte Alban, just outside of the Oaxaca city. They were a spectacular site. Barely any visitors were there so we were able to walk around imagining what it was like in 300 BCE when the population was estimated to be 5,200 and... Continue Reading →

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