Where to travel and spend your first vacation after a global pandemic? We have a few suggestions for you!
Read some uplifting stories taken from around the globe of how people have helped one another in a thoughtful and selfless way. As you’ll see, an act of kindness doesn’t have to be a huge gesture. It’s usually the littlest things that make the biggest impact.
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The question of whether luck is real or not is still left unanswered, however, regardless as to whether it’s just superstition or not, everyone wants to experience a bit of good luck from time to time! So, what are the signs that one should look out for?
Villa del Palmar Cancun is proud to be included in this prestigious list. The resort earned the Four Diamond Award for the first time on June 18, 2019 during an anonymous visit from AAA.
Taking a beach trip to a destination like Cancun is always an exciting idea, but knowing what to pack is sometimes hard. At Villa del Palmar Cancún we want to save you time by gathering some smart packing travel tips, so you can be sure that you will only pack the essentials to enjoy your next beach trip.
The cenotes in Mexico are natural pools that were formed thousands of years ago and have significant cultural importance for the ancient Mayan culture.
The Mayan Train (Tren Maya in Spanish) is a railroad loop construction project started in earnest in December 2018 by the administration of Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The Ladder of the Captives is a collection of hieroglyphic steps recovered by Dr. Enrique Nalda and his team at Dzibanche in 1993. Each step has engraved hieroglyphic texts and a scene showing a captive, as well as a glyph representing the head of a snake.
The ancient Maya was an awesome civilization which spanned some 2,000 years. Remains of the civilization were discovered in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries attracting widespread interest. Part of the allure of the Maya is essentially that it is a ‘lost civilization’ which left ruined cities. While the true history of the Maya civilization is still unknown, considerable progress has been made through exploration and research that has given us more answers, tracing periods of their growth, decline, and development until their eventual downfall after the Spanish Conquest. Despite their lost civilization, the Maya made many advancements in mathematics, astronomy, calendric and writing systems, technology, commerce, art and architecture. Public interest in ancient Mayan civilization grew in the second half of the 20th century, especially in Europe, following the publication of the first synthesis text on the subject: The Ancient Maya, a book written by archaeologist Sylvanus Griswold Morley. Morley was one of the most important 20th century experts on Mayan history. He spent much of his life exploring and conducting archaeological research on various Mayan sites in Mexico and Central America, especially Chichén Itzá. Some of Morley’s discoveries …