Cancún- Sea with the hotels separated by a beach that grabs the spotlight
Cancún- Evil insinuates itself among the people without intimidating them
Isla Mujeres- The name of this island in front of Cancún is due to the discovery of several statues of women dedicated to the Goddess of fertility Ixchel
Xcaret- The two actors, confident to be photogenic, give themselves to flashes allowing affinity to transpire
Cancún- Aztecs believed that the fragile bodies were inhabited by the souls of the Warriors killed in battle or sacrificed
Tulum- Fine white sand and Cabañas (huts) on the beach; this city is considered the quintessential hippie destination.
Tulum- Jungle, desert, city, mountain, rain, snow, sun. Could also be the most beautiful beach in the world.
Cobà- The tallest pyramid of Yucatan (Nohoch Mul) overlooks a valley that reminds us of Dawson’s Creek
Tulum- In Mayan religion, there is no heaven in afterlife. Just in afterlife
Tulum- The high cliffs and the Caribbean vegetation forcefully claim their right to be the protagonists of the coast
Chichen Itza- The victim climbed the steep staircase of the temple and on top the priests plucked victim’s heart off
Playa del Carmen- Four friends talk about gossip
Cancun- The Mayan population stands for hospitality and openness to tourists and foreigners; moreover these people have strong roots and are proud of their past.
Tulum- The atmosphere of a Tarantino’s movie, wedding dresses on display, and a child who doesn’t have the courage to cross the doorstep.
Punta Allen- Sian Ka'an (in Mayan language “gate of heaven”) is a large uninhabited peninsula that is the home of the second biggest barrier reef in the world
Merida- The long ponytail of this young seller gets lost among the colored fabrics
Merida- Signs look out to see where the traffic ends
Merida- The slogan “Because you are unique” that has withstood the erosion of time
Merida- Sons of a people very tied to its past, since young age they grow up speaking the Mayan language and Spanish
Valladolid- the reproduction of the God of the Rain costs 5 dollars, but a smile doesn’t cost anything
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