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Mayan systems of transportation

It is believed that all Mayan ceremonial centers were connected by a series of roads. However, the exact extent of the ancient system of roadways will probably never be known because much of it has been destroyed by centuries of vegetation growth and modernization. These “white roads” were constructed out of large stones that were overlaid by rubble. After the ...
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Unique eco-friendly travel ideas for families visiting Mexico

With a record-breaking 41.4 million international tourists in 2018, there’s no doubt that a visit to Mexico is currently in many families' vacation plans for the upcoming year. With plentiful beaches, rich culture, and great food, Mexico is a great place for bonding with the family. However, when it comes to making your trip as eco-friendly as possible, there are some unique ...
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How to make a phone call to and from Mexico

If you're planning a trip to Mexico, you may need to make a call in advance to reserve a hotel room or get some information about tours or activities you're planning to do during your trip. Once you're there, you might like to call home to connect with your loved ones, or deal with any issues that come up that ...
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Textiles of Mexico

The Textiles of Mexico have a long history. The making of fibers, cloth and other textile goods has existed in the country since at least 1400 BCE. Fibers used during the pre-Hispanic period included those from the yucca, palm and maguey plants as well as the use of cotton in the hot lowlands of the south. After the Spanish conquest ...
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Weather in Mexico: climate, seasons and temperatures

When is the best time to visit Mexico? When planning travel to Mexico you should consider the weather and seasons so you can make informed decisions about where to go and what to pack. Many people automatically assume that the weather throughout Mexico is always hot, but that's not the case. Mexico is a large country and its weather can ...
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5 reasons why you need to write about traveling experience in Mexico

Mexico is a sought after holiday destination not only because of its rich culture, but also the many touristic locations it has. You can take advantage of the paradise islands escapes spending your time with your spouse if you're newlywed. The Caribbean coastline is perfect for a family vacation, and Cancun allows you to get souvenirs at the end of ...
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Exploring Mexico: 11 of the best things to do in Cozumel

There are so many options when it comes to booking a Mexican vacation. You want to soak in its rays but you also want to get a taste of its heritage. As the largest island in Mexico, Cozumel has everything you need to enjoy your vacation. Go snorkeling with dolphins or discover ancient Mayan culture in its archaeological sites. The ...
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How to travel abroad: 5 tips for your first international trip

When traveling abroad for the first time it can seem very mind-boggling. How are you supposed to know what to pack, where to get tickets, or how to deal with foreign currency? Don't worry, we've been there! International travel is an exciting experience and doesn't need to be stressful. Keep reading for our top five tips on how to travel ...
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Does it ever snow in Mexico?

Is it possible to see snow in Mexico? The vast size of Mexico means that its climate is highly varied and depends on location. The country is divided into temperate and tropical zones. Lands towards the north of the 23rd parallel experience lower temperatures during the winter months. Towards the south of the 23rd parallel, temperatures are fairly constant year-round ...
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The Best Whale Watching Spots in Mexico

Every year gray, blue and humpback whales beautify the Mexican Pacific Coast from Baja California to Oaxaca, attracting thousands of tourists whose only aim is to admire them. Here are the main spots to see whales in Mexico. Bahia de Banderas Watch the humpback whales in Bahia de Banderas every year from December to March. This bay is nestled between ...
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