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Ruins, again. Chichen Itza, boys and girls!


Can't get enough of ruins. Always fun and joy to me. I am so blessed to be living to so many old Mayan cities to explore them. And not even once. During my mother-in-law visit I took her to visit Chichen Itza. It's a classic staple sight, modern world wonder and so on. Definitely my least favorite but it is a must visit for any person who visits Yucatan peninsula for the first time.





I wore travel uniform. Comfortable top, jeans (to survive AC in the bus for me, and also a good buffer from mosquitos) and flip flops. I'd recommend you wearing sneakers if you are not wearing flip flops all the time and feel just as comfortable.


I was wearing:
Levi's jeans
H&M top
handmade bracelets and necklace
Optima flip flops

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. That's great that you were able to explore these ruins. We love visiting Mexico and seeing different Mayan Ruins. Chichen Itza has become quite crowded lately, and we actually climbed the temple about 20 years ago when we were there - of course it has since been closed to going on the temple. What is your favorite Mayan Ruin?

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    1. probably Ek Balam. You can directly interact with the ruins, the territory is big so you can walk there and it's less touristy. The most flashy are Tulum: the sea does a lot with an impact. Also there are TONS of iguanas everywhere and I love them endlessly. I also want to mention Muyul: they are tiny but have the most unique temple and are linked to a wonderful nature park and superb cenotes just around the corner. There are literally nobody there and the nature is a marvel. having a boat tour will give SO much! perfect for birdwatching too.

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  2. I so much enjoy all your travels and explorations in this amazing country.

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  3. Love those relaxed jeans and it looks like such a nice place to visit, even if not one of your favourite spots!

    Hope your day is going well :)

    Away From The Blue

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  4. I'm so glad you are able to explore such incredible places! The ruins are really special. Your photos are just extraordinary and I love your outfit as well.
    the creation of beauty is art.

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  5. The ruins are great! I haven't seen any of the ruins in Mexico yet, but they are on my list. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. I hope you will like it here. Literally there is SO much history everywhere in Mexico, it's very hard to miss whatever region you choose.

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  6. You're so funny! Hope the ruins don't ruin it for you ;-) We visited some of the ruins during our stay in Puerto Morelos and I really loved it. Yucatan is such a wonderful place once you get away from the mass tourist places.
    Hope you're enjoying it to the max! :-)

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    1. I agree. Touristy places are fun when you are tourist but no fun if you are a traveler or an expat like me. However when a real tourist comes to visit you, you need to bend from time to time

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  7. Wow! This is place is fascinating. Would love to explore the ruins too. I agree with you that comfortable wear is a must in this trip.

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  8. This place has been on my bucket list (well Mexico in general itself) for too long.. and I recall first reading about the Mayans in a storybook when I was a kid and being fascinated by them ... seeing these will feel like stepping back in time..

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