Exploring Ancient Mayan Ruins on Cozumel, Mexico (San Gervasio)

Exploring the Mayan ruins of San Gervasio in the middle of the island of Cozumel, Mexico in the Caribbean Sea.
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Exploring Ancient Mayan Ruins on Cozumel, Mexico (San Gervasio)


annuna says:

Gabe, did you just meet those people when you got there and they started talking to you?

Diane Di Leonardo says:

Little people in Hawaii are called Menehunes. They actually existed. The Hawaiians who took the islands from them and another race, starts with an M, I can never remember… the Hawaiians actually worked the Menehunes like slaves so they left the island in the middle of the night. You can still see their work in some of the rock walls, fish ponds, etc.

clnmyjts says:

Have seen any of  Skyfish – Flying rods?  Your right there close to the location where they claim to be seeing these very fast flying rods..

anni dee says:

Little people, huh? 🙂 There are a few chuckwallas on my property which are kind of iguana-like, and one is very territorial and will bob his head at me and tell me to back off if I get too close to his burrow! Nice video 🙂

David Marfas says:

little people for sure..I am a believer
lot of rocks being moved around,,.placed,, ect around there..controlling  the water flow,  and walk ways..buildings. temples. ..and a lot of intent with the rocks….didn’t the mayan like to make them rocks turn red..??ya know what im saying?
wow cool looking tree at the 8 minute mark….that little cavern would be cool on a hot day?


Seeta Grayson says:

awesome video.

xtremeboy78 says:

jajajajajaja little aloche it means  kind of  little bears walking like humans

ivan mora says:

jajajajaja you realy need a profesional guide, alux litle humans? jajajajajajaja

Kevin Hinojosa says:

Do they charge to go to these Ruins?
I want to see all the ruins and cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula but I hear they charge just to see enter

Andy Y. says:

i wish i had the dollars stashed up to go to this ancient places.. i wish had a lot of cash…. i wish was rich to go anywhere

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