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See Popular Mayan Ruins and Historical Attractions At Night

Posted March 3, 2017 by Kay Walten in Culture

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If you are looking for a unique evening activity while visiting Mexico, experiencing night shows at three popular Mayan Ruins is as unique as you can get. Chichen Itza, Uxmal and the Franciscan San Antonio Convent (Convento Fransescano de San Antonio) in the small town of Izamal are the only locations that have night shows. There was a time way back when (2008) when the Tulum Ruins were open at night, not necessarily with a night show, but you could explore the ruins under the spectacular...

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Loco Adventure – Museum of the Sacred Heart – New Museum

Posted February 27, 2017 by Kay Walten in Culture

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When I went off to Merida at the end of January, I stumbled across a new museum in the outskirts of the city. It was one of those moments where you see a sign and follow without knowing what you may come across. Boy am I glad I followed! This was a find and one that I would return to in a heartbeat. When I saw 'Museum of the Sacred Art' I thought Mexican Folk Art, but what I walked into was so much more than this. The Museum is located in a small town called Conkal, about 15 minutes...

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