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La Patria Maya
I love visiting ancient Mayan cities. I don’t know why, but I absolutely love it. I love exploring every nook and cranny of the sites and climbing to the top of all of the buildings. I’ve been to La Patria … Continue reading
Posted in Photography, Pre-Service, Travel Tagged Actun Tunichil Muknal, Actun Tunichil Muknal cave, architecture, ATM, ATM cave, Belize, Bonampak, Cahal Pech, Cancun, Caracol, caving, Cayo, Chiapas, Chichen Itza, cinema, Coba, El Peten, fauna, film, George Lucas, Guatemala, Indiana Jones, Kabah, Macal, Macal River, Maya, Mayan, Mayan ruins, Mayans, Mexico, monkeys, Mopan, Mopan River, movies, murals, national parks, paintins, Palenque, parks, Peten, Quintana Roo, reptiles, river, spelunking, Star Wars, Tikal, Tomb Raider, Tonina, Tulum, Usumacinta, Usumacinta River, Uxmal, wildlife, Xunantunich, Yaxchilan, Yaxha, Yucatan Leave a comment
Before I had gone to Chiapas I spent a week staying with my friends Mariel, Miguel, and Rafael in Querétaro, which is the largest city in the Bajío. The Bajío is an old colonial part of Mexico north of Mexico City, renowned by … Continue reading
Posted in Photography, Pre-Service, Travel Tagged architecture, basilica, Bernal, camp, Camp Shohola, cathedral, Catholic, Catholicism, church, cinema, culture, friends, friendship, Guanajuato, La Parroquia, Mexico, monolith, ruins, San Miguel de Allende, science fiction, Shohola, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Toltec 1 Comment
A few people told me it didn’t make sense to go to Sweden in the winter. It would be too cold and there are very few daytime hours. When I arrived in Stockholm it was about 40 degrees F out. … Continue reading
Posted in Pre-Service, Travel Tagged architecture, camp, Camp Shohola, Scandinavia, Shohola, Stockholm, Sweden, Video games, weather 1 Comment