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Onejungle -

Onejungle -

Carlos Martinez comes from a family of sea biologist researchers. He treats adventure as a religion either in the air: paragliding, rappelling; on land: bicycling, or in water as a swimmer, devoted snorkeler or diver. He has been living in Mexico for the last 20 years, where he received a degree in psychology. After traveled some countries, gaining valuable field experience he keeps working towards his dream of living in a just world of ecologically proactive people. In his articles he highlights the most special places and activities found on his trips.

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"I enjoyed the exercise gained from climbing immense temples and riding arduous bike trips"

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"The ruins were all unbelievable and I got lots of exercise from all parts of the trip!"

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"We have a better understanding of this truly remarkable civilization"

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"We will never forget holding a crocodile and being up close with toucans and howler monkeys"

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"The jungle in Yaxha and Nakum were truly beautiful, as were the ruins"
"A wonderful blend of outdoors and the rugged jungle as well as the history of the Mayans"
Saturday, 21 June 2008 00:00

Cave of Swallows in Mexico

This a Youtube video of a The Cave Of Swallows in  San Luis Potosi. It is a New Duende Tours Destination and one of the Top Ten world adventures.

Friday, 13 June 2008 00:00

Our Neato Aventure in Veracruz Mexico

Our “Neato” Adventure in Veracruz Mexico

Many active travelers come to Mexico for the Mayan, Aztec, Olmec, ruins. But not me! Many come for the beaches of Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, the snorkeling in Cozumel, the brilliant colors of Mexico City, the Jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula, or perhaps even the rich cooking of Oaxaca and Puebla, but not this time!

Saturday, 07 June 2008 15:30

History Copan

Unlike Chichen Itza and Tikal, Copan is very little known by the outside world. Nonetheless, this Mayan site is one of the most important sites in the Mayan world. Because of its vast gambit of hieroglyphic texts, Copan is considered an intelligencia among the Mayan world settlements. The site, located in the Copan Valley of Honduras has recently been subject to meticulous study and investigation due to the wealth of history and culture found in the inscriptions on the temples and stellae.

Referred to as the most artistically advanced and elaborate of all the cities, Copan we deemed a heritage of humanity site in 1980 by UNESCO. Continuous study of the city by archaeologists for over a century has made it the most studied city of the Maya.

Saturday, 07 June 2008 15:29

Nakum History

Rediscovered in 1905 by Maurice Perigny, Nakum has had several archaeological and restorative sessions including a Guatemalan official restoration in 1990.

Nakum is a Mayan Jungle Site and a former ceremonial center and city of the ancient Maya of Guatemala. Located in the northeastern portion of the Petén Basin region, it rests in what is called the Guatemalan department of Petén. The northeastern Petén region contains significant Maya sites, Nakum being one of three sites composing the cultural and political triangle of "Yaxha-Nakum-Naranjo". Approximately 17 km to the north of Yaxha and some 20 km to the east of Tikal. Outside of Tikal its main temple, a visibly-restored feature, serves as one of the Maya civilization’s best preserved archeological artifacts.

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