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Monday, 14 September 2009


Judy @ TinkerWithFood

I'm so jealous of all your travels!!! I've been wanting to go to the Mayan ruins for YEARS!


exciting stuff! thanks for sharing!

ed (from Yuma)

Interesting stuff. I love the travel posts - and always happy to see a little food tossed in too.


Wow all this time I thought you were done with the ruinas. Interesting I wish I could travel.


Hi Judy - Maybe you guys can squeeze in Chichen Itza or Tullum as a side trip from Cancun.

Hi Kat - Thanks for reading!

Hi Ed - Thanks, it's kinda long....

Hi Billy - These posts actually take a bit more work than my usual posts....I still need to finish Chiang Mai as well!


a very nice post, thanks for posting photos of the amazing sculptures from the ruins.


Hi Lynnea - Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed the post!


wow, those are great photos! is everything carved from the same kind of stone? it's amazing that they are in such good condition. very interesting imagery, almost reminds me of japanese oni!


Hi FH - I think they are different stones used. The intricate, artistic renditions were pretty amazing.

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