Chichen-itza, Yucatan is an absolutely marvel. I was lucky enough to visit the archaeological site a few years ago with my family in the Mexican state of Yucatán. This large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya civilization is now over grown with vegetation but it makes for very lush photos. I found it interesting that the variety of architectural styles at the site are though to attributed to the diverse population in the Mayan world and especially in this city. I apologize that the photos are not superb quality but at the time I was not shooting with a DSLR. Welcome the Ruins at Chichen-itza:
Welcome to the last day of my Past Adventures Week.
Today I bring you photos from the Mayan ruins I visited in Latin America:
One of the most amazing parts about visiting the ruins at Chichen-itza was the opportunity to make and have lunch with a local family. Visiting a traditional Yuctan village proved a very unique cultural experience and to this day I have never had tortillas quite like these!
Chichen-itza was beautiful and I highly suggest visiting them!
Have you been to the Mayan Ruins?