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  • So what's new in Cancun?
    So what's new in Cancun?
    Repeat visitors to Cancun – and there are lots of them (one out of every four visitors comes back for another stay) – will find some big changes among the destination’s hotels. For instance, THE Royal is now the Hyatt Zilara ...
  • Coba, Mexico
    Mayan ruins in Coba, Mexico
    The ruins of Coba are a fascinating visit in Mexico for any Mayan history lover. The site is an excavation in progress, with so many buildings and roads of the ancient Mayan city still buried within the forest that now covers most of Coba.Visitors...
  • Tulum Beach
    Tulum, the most beautiful beach in the world
    Voted by several sources as one of the best beaches in the world, the beach at Tulum, Mexico (Riviera Maya), is absolutely breathtaking and majestic!Visiting the beach at Tulum is an amazing experience. Not only is the beach nestled below the...
  • Celebrate Water, Support the Chiapas Water Project, Sat.2/29, 6-10pm
    Celebrate Water, Sat.2/29, 6-10 pm @ The Old Art Building
    CELEBRATE WATER!The Chiapas Water Project Supporters PARTYHosted by: Anne Hoyt, Gary Cheadle, Jack Seaman, Philip Hamburg, Chris Treter and Chelsea Bay Dennis• Food and drinks from local, well known chefs (Come hungry!) (6-11)• live...
  • ‘476 A.D. Chapter One: The Last Light of Ares’ to premiere in Denver
    ‘476 A.D. Chapter One: The Last Light of Ares’ to premiere in Denver
    An exciting film event is coming to the Mayan Theatre on February 5, 2014, in Denver, Colorado. Finally after over three years of work, “476 A.D. Chapter One: The Last Light of Ares” is premiering and you are invited. A film by Ivan...
  • Tad Bradley at EverGreen Escapes seminar
    EverGreen Escapes travel series - Guatemala and Belize
    On Thursday, Dec. 5 EverGreen Escapes hosted its monthly travel seminar, this time highlighting Guatemala and Belize. The Escape Your Everyday Adventure Travel Series takes place at Columbia Sportswear in downtown Seattle on the second Thursday of...
  • Bottling the beauty secrets of the ancient Mayans
    Bottling the beauty secrets of the ancient Mayans
    Modern understanding of how different cultures approach health and beauty is growing, while a "back to the basics" attitude is becoming the norm. We now have a wealth of information at our fingertips - especially with the Internet - and...
  • Don Antonio - Copan Ruins, Honduras
    Archeological travel destination - Copan, Honduras
    Why visit Honduras?……. although many travelers are familiar with the Caribbean island of Roatan off the coast of Honduras and the spectacular Maya ruins of Copan on the opposite side of the mainland, there are many other tourist...
  • russian meteor
    Russian meteor not the first to devastate a city
    The meteor that descended from the sky and exploded in an airburst above a southern Russia city on February 15, 2013 and caused thousands of injuries was not the first such meteor to devastate a city. In fact, it was not even the deadliest such...
  • Mayan predicition
    No one knows (Photos)
    No one knows the second, minute, hour, day, week, month, year, decade, century, or millennium when Christ will come.It is a scary thought, the vision or image of the world ending, astory linethat ran across the television screens, papers, and...
  • End of the world and we're all still here Part 2
    End of the world in Chichen Itza and we're all still here, Part 2 (Video)
    Continued from Part 1In 1988, despite the controversy, however, Chichen Itza was designated a Patrimony of Humanity site because it blends both nature and grandeur. Among acacias and orchids, iguanas and armadillos are found artifacts that give...
  • Doomsday 2012 passes without a bang
    Doomsday 2012 fizzles out, so it's on to the next one
    On Friday, December 21, 2012, NPR published an articlenoting that the apocalypse hadn't happened as planned. To their credit, they did wait until 9 a.m. to spoil the mood, but the point was still moot.Technically, the world isn't...
  • Video of exploding transformer behind Annapolis power outage
    Video of exploding transformer behind Annapolis power outage
    *UPDATE: IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN A SUB STATION EXPLOSION*So much for the bubble that has often protected our state capital from storms much of this year. It wasn’t the end of the world, but it did scare quite a few people the eve of the Winter...
  • Cold front to arrive in southwest Florida
    Winter, cold front and Mayan end of time to arrive Fri., Dec. 21
    At 6:12 a.m. E.S.T on Dec. 21, 2012 astronomical winter arrives. (Note that meteorological winter arrived on December 1).A strong cold front, the strongest of the past three months, will be plowing through southwest Florida at around the same time...
  • What to expect on December 21, 2012
    What to expect on December 21, 2012
    All the media hype surrounding the end of the Mayan Calendar on Friday, Dec. 21, has many wondering exactly what it is we might expect to happen on that day. There are theories aplenty, but little concern in scientific circles that anything is...