Chichén Itzá & Cenotes
It took 24 hours of buses to get over here to the Yucatán so that I could meet up with some friends from back home in Cayman. So far, we have explored some fantastic cenotes and the legendary famous Chichén Itzá!! Wow, we have seen, swam, and evening rope-swing off into some incredible cenotes. Each one is so unique in its beauty and marvel. I am very grateful to be able to share these experiences and memories with some good friends.
I decided to rent a vehicle for the month so that I can move faster, but at my own pace, so I will be able to check out more ancient ruins and beautiful cenotes, plus finally some jungle hammock camping. I will be making my way back down southwest towards Chiapas, then Oaxaca for Día de Los Muertos, which is celebrated in México between October 31st and November 2nd. After Oaxaca, I plan to head back up to Tepoztlán for a few days to check out the famous Ethnobotanical Garden and Museum of Traditional Medicine in nearby Cuernavaca. I intend to film a video at the garden featuring a variety of traditional plant medicines, including how native cultures used them and what healing purposes they were used for.