Category Archives: Mayan Archaeoastronomy

Yaxchilan: Wild Life and Ruins

Pat Alston ’13 – Today was our fourth day in our adventurous excursion to yet another amazing ancient Mayan city. Our day began with a continental breakfast at the hotel we stayed at for the night. With the sounds of … Continue reading

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Discovering Myself

Kahlil Carazo ’14 –             It is Saturday evening and I find myself sitting in a hotel room in Villa Hermosa, coming to terms with the realization that tomorrow, I will be leaving Mexico. The past week that I have … Continue reading

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Chamula: A Unique Cultural Experience

Logan Falley ’12-              Today, we went to Chamula to see the famous St. John the Baptist church.  It is an attraction because it is a Catholic church outside, but Chamulan inside.  By Chamulan inside, I mean there are ancient … Continue reading

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