Chichen Itza and Ik Kil



















Wearing: Forever 21 top,One Teaspoon shorts, Fossil watch, Ray Bans, Converse

For the last day in Mexico we decided to head North of Tulum (where we were staying) to Chichen Itza, one of the most well known Mayan ruins sites in the Yucatan. El Castillo is the enormous pyramid that sits at the center of an open courtyard and if you stand in front of the structure and clap your hands the sound will echo back at you in such a way that it sounds like a bird chirping, it is really extraordinary! There are so many massive ruins at Chichen Itza and I was blown away by the amount of detail carved into the stone. It is amazing how well preserved the entire site is so once again I can see why it impresses and continues to draw the masses.

On the same day we also went to Ik Kil, a cenote with an open roof with roots dangling down into it that was very different from Tankach Ha, which was more like a cave. The only way I can possibly describe it is like stepping into a magical fairy land hidden in the ground, like a sunken pool with crystal clear water and thick flora. I would definitely love to come here again in the early morning and have the place all to myself, it was just so damn beautiful!

This concludes our trip to Mexico. Wooo! It was so thrilling to immerse myself in the culture and enjoy all the beauty the Yucatan has to offer. There are still a dozen more places that I didn’t have the chance to visit, but all the more reason to go back, right? 😉 If you think of any really awesome places I may have missed out on in this area, just leave me a comment!



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