Cosmopolitan Couple

Traveling Together Around the World!

Sunday! Visiting church in Merida :)

When we just arrived to the address, we did not recognize that it was a church. From the outside it faced the street with its back wall. We found the way to the entrance after we saw a sigh “La Iglesia De Jesucristo” :)

Just a block away from the Covent, there was another “surprise” for us to visit. This is the Pyramid Kinich Kak Moo! It is considered one of the most important sturtures of Mesoamerica! According to tradition, it was dedicated to a sun god, who, in the form of a Fire Macaw, descended daily to pick up offerings which were made to it. It was built around 400-600 A.D. We did not know about this pyramid when we arrived to Izamal, but, luckily, the guide let us know about it. We’re glad we saw another ancient structure.
p.s. We loved the Yellow City of Izamal, far-and-back! :) 

Just a block away from the Covent, there was another “surprise” for us to visit. This is the Pyramid Kinich Kak MooIt is considered one of the most important sturtures of Mesoamerica! According to tradition, it was dedicated to a sun god, who, in the form of a Fire Macaw, descended daily to pick up offerings which were made to it. It was built around 400-600 A.D. We did not know about this pyramid when we arrived to Izamal, but, luckily, the guide let us know about it. We’re glad we saw another ancient structure.

p.s. We loved the Yellow City of Izamal, far-and-back! :) 

This was an amazing ice-cream! I really fell in love with the home-made mexican ice-creams that are not packaged and are made from a real milk. They taste so well, without any preservatives and sweeteners in them. I really have not eaten better ice-cream then in Mexico.