In Search of Chichen Itza

It’s time! We’ve been “dormant” long enough…just carefully sticking our noses out of our masks and dipping our toes in places we love in a few States surrounding us. But the “travel bug’s” been biting us for so long now, that the itch has become unbearable.

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The fact is, we’ve visited every one of the modern wonders of the world, but one, Chichen Itza. So, Mexico, here we come. We’ve booked with our favorite tour company, SmarTours. We’ll be flying out of Newark (at ~4:45 am…Arrgghh) on January 12th bound for Mexico City through Houston. We’ll meet up with our group in Mexico City, spend a couple of days and then to the colonial city of Puebla on our way to one of our favorite places, Oaxaca. It’s a leading (serious) craft center in Mexico and renowned culinary center (we took an intense cooking course there…the home of Mexico’s five moles).

Then we head for the Caribbean coast to Valladolid and Playa del Carmen where we’ll make our visit to Chichen Itza. After a wind-down day at the beach we’ll fly out of Cancun back to Newark.

So once again…and about time…join us on our journey. You’ll get an email each time we post. We’ll try to keep our ramblings short (knowing your time constraints), letting photos and perhaps some videos do most of the talking. Please comment as we go with your observations and recommendations. And, any personal recommendations from your experience in these places will be very welcome!


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8 Responses to In Search of Chichen Itza

  1. Mark says:

    Safe travels! Looking forward to your next adventure!

  2. Rhoda Altman says:

    Was there ages ago and loved it! You will too! Safe travels!
    Love, Rhoda

  3. Sue Sholtis says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. Enjoy! Frank and I have started traveling as well this year. Went to France in May, November was Spain, leaving for Portugal on Friday. And lastly heading to Morocco in March. Way too much and then we are going to stay local for awhile

  4. Mary Ellen Bornak says:

    Good for you – looking forward to hearing all about it.

  5. Sada Sat Kaur says:

    That is sooooo fab! Have a great trip!

  6. Binnie Thom says:

    Bon voyage! Buen viaje!!

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