Exploring the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, Mexico

Exploring the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.
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Exploring the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, Mexico


ForeverZetaInfiniteHuman says:

How’s the food there Gabriel? Kind of crazy the way those posts are erected and how many there are. Thanks for the videos.

Luis Saldarriaga says:

Thanks for sharing Gabriel …
A sight to behold ..

CyndyKated says:

gorgeous….that must have been cool to see that without a crowd of people….

baddogonline says:

Interesting note:  For the last 80 years, the Marxists have been blaming the white Europeans for the downfall of the Mayans.  After all, with Marxism, they have to find a victim to label, and then they have to create an oppressor to blame.  However, the most recent evidence from NASA computer modeling, indicates that the Mayans caused their own demise through deforestation.  When a huge drought hit, at the peek of their civilization, the lack of vegetation created a huge dust-bowl, making it impossible for them to recover.  So, how long will it take to reverse all the damage done to the historical reputation of European explorers?

MrRad5000 says:

awesome structure. nice with the sunset in the background

Dev9172 says:

I have been there a few times . First in 2003 . I climbed to the top . It sucks now . People trying to sell you shit . I liked Guatemala but it was hard to get around . Even with my Spanish .

Ram Gonzalez says:

Hey Gabriel be sure to visit Campeche while you’re there! It’s next to Yucatan, tons of arqueological zones and a nice city!!

Matthew Parsons says:

Pretty magnificent sunset there, friend.
Two of my brother in laws are from that neighborhood
and the whole family goes for a month each year.
Are you going to continue south? We will stay tuned !!

Bas Brinkhuijsen says:

Amazing, thank you for sharing. So nice to be taken on your journey. Love it.

anni dee says:

“during the spring and fall equinoxes, the great pyramid of Kukulcán serves as a visual symbol of the day and night as the sun of the late afternoon creates the illusion of a snake creeping slowly down the northern staircase. “

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