• Merida Yucatan Mexico Progresso and Chelem Drone View and Information 480 version

    Merida Yucatan Mexico Drone View and Information 480 version, I also have this in 4k, but I do not have enough bandwidth to upload it at the moment, I will link it in this description when that version is available. This video covers Merida Mexico, Progreso Mexico, Chelem Mexico and some of the surrounding areas. More information and more videos at: https://wheresthemap.info

    published: 06 Mar 2018
  • cancun, riviera maya, playa del carmen, yucatan, quintara roo, mexico, information, info

    cancun information, riviera maya information, playa del carmen information, yucatan informaction, quintana roo information, mexico information. tours in cancun, tours in playa del carmen tours in riviera maya, hotels in cancun, hotels in playa del carmen, information cancun, information riviera maya, information playa del carmen

    published: 27 Jan 2009
  • Sisal, Yucatán - México

    Sisal, a little fisher village with lots of history, is another of the hidden secrets of Yucatan. 150 years ago it was the largest harbour of Yucatán, shipping cargo to the whole world. After the development of Yucatan's new port Progreso, Sisal fell back to a sleepy fisher village giving home to barely 2000 souls. Maybe this is why nature in and around Sisal is still breathtaking.

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Cancun, Mexico Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions

    http://bookinghunter.com Cancun is a city in southeastern Mexico, located on the southeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is a major world-renowned tourist destination, as well as being the seat of the municipality of Benito Juárez. The city is located on the Caribbean Sea, and is one of the easternmost points in Mexico. Cancún is located just north of Mexico's Caribbean coast resort band known as the Riviera Maya. The most important places to visit in Cancun are: Chichen Itza (the world famous Mayan ruins with thousands of years of history are one of the most visited sites in the world), Isla Mujeres (Cancun is surrounded by spectacular scenery. Isla Mujeres, a small gorgeous island close to Cancun, is simply spectacular), Cenotes (these magical ...

    published: 05 Dec 2013
  • Hacienda Hotels in Yucatan Mexico

    5 Hacienda Hotels in Yucatan / Campeche Country in Mexico. I was down there for almost 3 weeks for work with two photographers, it was a great experience for me! I got footage that I want to share! Hope you like it! Filmed by Mitch Bergsma / few clips by Robert H. McGee Canon 5d Mk2 with Zeiss 18mm on Glidecam HD4000 and GoPro Hero3+ Black on DJI Phantom2 with Zenmuse H3-2D gimbal Edited on Final Cut Pro X on Mac Song: Mother ragga By: riffraff Royalty Free Music by AudioMicro.com Song picked by Lori Zinnecker You can buy DJI quadcopter / other products here : DJI: http://bit.ly/2h2vCGg Amazon: http://amzn.to/2t3otb7 BHphoto: bhpho.to/2t3n2cM Want to learn how to fly a quadcopter and everything you need to know?! Click the link here! http://bit.ly/2fOIqju DJI Phantom quadcopter ...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • Cancun Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    http://www.expedia.com/Cancun.d179995.Destination-Travel-Guides Surrounded by the warm waters of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is famed for its sunshine, history, and wild nightlife. Come to this former Mexican fishing village turned resort town to join legions of fellow sun worshippers – just don’t forget to pack sunscreen. Your Cancun tour should stop at the Acuario Interactivo, where you can meet mariachi-singing dolphins and other friendly sealife. Explore the vast historical offerings of Cancun by heading to the Yucatan interior, where you’ll find ancient Mayan cities available to tour. A day trip to Chichen Itza, one of the world’s Seven Modern Wonders, is another must. Wander through its ancient streets and take in the temples, an observatory, and even a sporting arena. At sunset...

    published: 03 Dec 2013
  • Yucatan - Angharad

    Mwy o wybodaeth \\ More information: @Ochr1 http://www.ylle.co.uk

    published: 07 Oct 2014
  • Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

    Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008). Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size attracted huge meteorites, which slammed into it, causing super-high-temperature rock vapour to cover the entire surface and evaporate all ocean water. The earliest life-forms survived such infernal events by escaping deep into the ground, miraculously emerging again and again. The Earth has gone through innumerable catastrophic events, and life has survived by acquiring new abilities to live through each crisis. Humans are part of the grand history of life's evolution, which has been closely intertwined with repeated cataclysmic events. Learn what would happen if an asteroid hit the Earth with t...

    published: 08 Mar 2011
  • Riviera Maya Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    http://www.expedia.com/Riviera-Maya.d602901.Destination-Travel-Guides From frothy drinks on stunning beaches to guided tours of ancient ruins, the Riviera Maya has it all. Located on the eastern edge of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the Riviera Maya is just a half-hour away from the party town of Cancun. If you’re looking for something a little quieter in your vacation, start your Riviera Maya tour in Puerto Morelos, a quaint fishing town where you can rent a catamaran for an afternoon at sea, or say “buenos días” to a reptile at Crococun Zoo. Playa del Carmen is a great home base for those who want to explore the rest of the Riviera Maya. Distinctly European in its architecture and layout, you’ll find plenty of charming places to stay, and enough boutique shopping and restaurants t...

    published: 21 Feb 2014
  • 25 Unbelievable Facts About The Mayans That Might Surprise You

    If you haven’t read our list about the Aztecs yet, it’s worth checking out. Both the Aztecs and Mayans were two of the great pre-Colombian Central American civilizations. The Mayan civilization actually preceded and outlived the Aztecs by hundreds upon hundreds of years. It rose and fell several time throughout the last 2 thousand years and actually still lives on today in the culture of numerous Mayans who inhabit the Yucatan peninsula. These are 25 unbelievable facts about the Mayans that might surprise you! Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Check out the physical list at - http://list25.com/25-unbelievable-facts-abou...

    published: 23 Apr 2015
  • Yucatan, Mexico Travel Guide 2018- 10 AMAZING Things To DO ! (Mexico Travel Vlog)

    Looking for 10 AMAZING Things to do in the Yucatan, Mexico in 2018? In this Travel Guide i'll take you through my favorite activities, spread out over two months living in Merida. Every SINGLE Activity was covered on my Yucatán Playlist, linked below. Subscribe for more adventures from Mexico. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/2ddsVMs YUCATÁN, MEXICO PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap TOP 10 LIST AND CORRESPONDING EPISODE: 10) Visit the El Corchito Reserve- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPQBqEzHMas&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=19 9) Head for Valladolid- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvMd3K4zXdY&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=12 8) Eat Huevo Motulenos in Motul- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqLevElTxEE&lis...

    published: 05 Jan 2018
  • Casa Hermana - Merida Yucatan

    This wonderful colonial home, located in desirable Santa Ana, in the heart of Centro (the historic center of Merida), is now available for sale through DH Realtors. With its colonial arches and abundant woodwork, Casa Hermana is a prime example of the restoration work done by architect Roger Gonzalez. From its antique pasta tile floors to its beautiful high ceilings, this historic home has everything you could desire when buying a colonial home in Merida. For more information on this home, please go to our website: http://meridaproperties.com.mx/properties/casa-hermana-4/

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • What are the best things to see in Merida Yucatan?

    Merida is a great colonial city to visit in the Yucatan Peninsula. Here is a first time visitors highlight real of the best things to see in Merida. For detailed information on where to stay, more on restaurants and museums, see our guide here: http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/things-to-do-merida-yucatan/

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • All New Luxury Villa - Merida Yucatan

    DH Realtors brings you another amazing property. This modern contemporay home in Centro Merida is designed for a total indoor-outdoor living experience. This luxurious home has an idea north-facing exposure and is located on one of the largest lots you will find in this area, featuring parking for 4 cars - All new construction! Contact us for further information: http://meridaproperties.com.mx/properties/all-new-luxury-villa/

    published: 22 Dec 2014
  • Sisal Fiber Processing - Sotuta De Peon, Yucatan

    Visit http://www.phenomenalplace.com to check out great information about mysterious and fantastic places on earth. These were the machines used a hundred years ago in the Haciendas to process Sisal (or henequen). From start to finish, there are three important areas. They are: 1. SCRAPPER MACHINE Once the henequen leaves are cut in the fields, they are gathered into man-sized bundles and moved by mule driven trucks to the machine house. Here, the sisal leaves are loaded on an elevator apparatus or conveyer lift, to be taken up one story to the waiting workers who place them on a conveyor belt. Here the leaves are separated and fed into the 'scrapper machine' that shreds them into the raw fibers. The scrapper machine in Sotuta de Peon is well over 100 years old, and has the capacity of p...

    published: 05 Nov 2012
  • Maya Civilization and it's Legend - Full Documentary

    Maya Civilization and it's Legend - Full Documentary Where did the Mayan people come from? The Maya are an indigenous people of Mexico and Central America who have continuously inhabited the lands comprising modern-day Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Tabasco, and Chiapas in Mexico and southward through Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. When did the Mayan civilization begin and end? Most famously, the Maya of the southern lowland region reached their peak during the Classic Period of Maya civilization (A.D. 250 to 900), and built the great stone cities and monuments that have fascinated explorers and scholars of the region. How old are the Mayan ruins in Mexico? The construction workers used bulldozers and diggers to claw at the sloping sides of the 100ft tall pyramid, which is ...

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • Climbing The Mayapan Pyramid of Mayas, Yucatan, Mexico

    Visit http://www.phenomenalplace.com to check out great information about mysterious and fantastic places on earth. We climbed the Mayapan Pyramid which is also called the "Castillo de Kukulcan" . It is designed after the Chichen Itza. "Mayapan" means "Flag of the Mayas" or "Banner of the Mayas" .The original sound is just too windy so I replaced it with some other audio. The Mayapan ruins are much better as there is no one around and you are allowed to touch and climb on the structures. Mayapan was the last capital of the Mayas in the Yucatan peninsula. You can also plenty of structures like pillars, columns, an observatory, Frescos, Stucco Carvings and other buildings. Follow Me on: Instagram................ http://instagram.com/praveenET Twitter...................... https://twitter.co...

    published: 07 Nov 2012
  • The Secret is Out on Tulum, Mexico

    Tulum Mexico is truly a dream destination. Located on Mexico's famous Riviera Maya, visitors can experience the beautiful stretches of white-sand beaches and magnificent Mayan culture. This video explores aerial views of the coastline, the Tulum Mayan Ruins, cenotes, festivals, and local surroundings. Get a feel of what Tulum is all about and prepare your next vacation. Tulum is located approximately 2 hours south of Cancun by automobile. To get there visitors fly into Cancun and typically get to Tulum by rental car, bus, or hired transfer services. The beaches are magnificent, the food is delectable, the options for things to do are outstanding, and the hotel options will not disappoint. There are no high-rise hotels but rather quaint beach front options and rentals throughout. Onc...

    published: 12 May 2016
  • Mahahual Malecón, Costa Maya, Yucatán Peninsula, Quintana Roo, México

    Mahahual, México is a village on the Costa Maya in the municipality of Othon P. Blanco on the Caribbean Sea coast of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico located on the Yucatán Peninsula. Previously a fishing village, it is now a rapidly developing tourist center. The village of Mahahual is only about 2 miles away from the Costa Maya cruise port, and cruise ships can easily be seen from the village. Mahahual has soft sand beaches, grass thatched palapas, and a coral reef a short distance off-shore called Banco Chinchorro, as well as several bars, restaurants, and shops. A new development called New Mahahual is being created directly inland from the port. When ships are in port, the village is busy with cruise passengers. Costa Maya Port started operations in the year of 2001. Since then i...

    published: 17 Jan 2015
  • Chichen Itza 1100 AD Yucatan, Mexico

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  • PAN AM AIRLINES MEXICO, YUCATAN PENINSULA & GUATEMALA 1960s TRAVELOGUE 59864

    This color film from the 1960s was produced for Pan American by Vision Associates Productions. The Yucatan Peninsula (:26) is less than 2 hours from the U.S. by a Pan American Boeing 707 Jet Clipper. A Golden Triangle vacation is to visit the cities of Merida, Mexico City, and Guatemala City (:50). Merida is a city dating back to the Maya Indians. It is the capital of Yucatan (:59) and has many street vendors (1:14). A show at night reenacts the Mayan rituals (2:18-3:05). The ruins of temples (3:28) have intricate stone carvings, and their mastery of building is shown by a large stone palace (3:59-4:23). At a hacienda, a boy sculpts in clay (4:40) and a man paints the figures (4:56). The city of Chichen Itza (5:17-5:55) has a pyramid that is actually a Mayan calendar. This most sacred cit...

    published: 05 Jan 2018
  • Valladolid, Yucatan Video Tour

    Valladolid Yucatan is a nice colonial city with Mayan roots and much to see for a day trip or overnight trip. Here is our video guide to what to see and where to eat while there. For more information on Valladolid see our articles here: http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/valladolid-colonial-town-with-everything-we-like-part-1/ http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/valladolid-colonial-town-with-everything-we-like-part-2/

    published: 07 Mar 2016
  • A Journey to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

    A few minutes of our travels in the Yucatán Peninsula. Cities and towns visited: Mérida, Progreso, Valladolid, Cobá, Tulum, Uayma, Chelem, Chuburná, Chicxlub Puerto, San Ignacio, etc. (and a few places out in the jungle without names). Recorded on location in Yucatán and Quintana Roo, Mexico by Scott La Rock, Taylor Wilson and Rufino Rivera. Edited by Scott La Rock. Music by MK2 and Los BullShits. Have a powerful day!

    published: 11 Aug 2017
  • The Art of Mayan Cuisine in the Yucatán: Cook It Raw (Part 1)

    Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Cook It Raw, founded by Alessandro Porcelli, is an annual gathering of chefs who explore the world's many culinary traditions through creativity and collaboration. The Cook It Raw team travels to the Yucatán to learn more about the art of ancient Mayan cooking, a cuisine using local ingredients and simple techniques that have survived and evolved for thousands of years. Watch Part 2 now! https://munchies.vice.com/videos/milpa-farming-in-the-yucatan-cook-it-raw-part-2/ Check out the MUNCHIES Guide to Oaxaca: http://bit.ly/1pa8cKd More on Cook It Raw: http://www.cookitraw.org/ Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: htt...

    published: 22 Jul 2014
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Merida Yucatan Mexico Progresso and Chelem Drone View and Information 480 version
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Merida Yucatan Mexico Progresso and Chelem Drone View and Information 480 version

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Merida Yucatan Mexico Drone View and Information 480 version, I also have this in 4k, but I do not have enough bandwidth to upload it at the moment, I will link it in this description when that version is available. This video covers Merida Mexico, Progreso Mexico, Chelem Mexico and some of the surrounding areas. More information and more videos at: https://wheresthemap.info
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cancun, riviera maya, playa del carmen, yucatan, quintara roo, mexico, information, info
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cancun, riviera maya, playa del carmen, yucatan, quintara roo, mexico, information, info

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Sisal, Yucatán - México
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Sisal, Yucatán - México

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Sisal, a little fisher village with lots of history, is another of the hidden secrets of Yucatan. 150 years ago it was the largest harbour of Yucatán, shipping cargo to the whole world. After the development of Yucatan's new port Progreso, Sisal fell back to a sleepy fisher village giving home to barely 2000 souls. Maybe this is why nature in and around Sisal is still breathtaking.
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Cancun, Mexico Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions
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Cancun, Mexico Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions

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http://bookinghunter.com Cancun is a city in southeastern Mexico, located on the southeast coast of the Yucatán Peninsula in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is a major world-renowned tourist destination, as well as being the seat of the municipality of Benito Juárez. The city is located on the Caribbean Sea, and is one of the easternmost points in Mexico. Cancún is located just north of Mexico's Caribbean coast resort band known as the Riviera Maya. The most important places to visit in Cancun are: Chichen Itza (the world famous Mayan ruins with thousands of years of history are one of the most visited sites in the world), Isla Mujeres (Cancun is surrounded by spectacular scenery. Isla Mujeres, a small gorgeous island close to Cancun, is simply spectacular), Cenotes (these magical underwater natural pools are a big draw around the Cancun area. Many have rocky edge formations above them), Tulum (outside of Cancun, a unique site. You can go for a swim in turquoise waters and visit the famous ruins of Mayan civilization), Cancun beaches (Cancun, located in the Yucatan region of Mexico, has many great attractions. Start with the white sand beaches of Cancun City) and many more. This video offers a lot of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation. If you want to save time and money, the most important Cancun travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on http://bookinghunter.com, a site that searches through hundreds of other travel websites in real time for the best travel deals available.
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Hacienda Hotels in Yucatan Mexico
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Hacienda Hotels in Yucatan Mexico

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5 Hacienda Hotels in Yucatan / Campeche Country in Mexico. I was down there for almost 3 weeks for work with two photographers, it was a great experience for me! I got footage that I want to share! Hope you like it! Filmed by Mitch Bergsma / few clips by Robert H. McGee Canon 5d Mk2 with Zeiss 18mm on Glidecam HD4000 and GoPro Hero3+ Black on DJI Phantom2 with Zenmuse H3-2D gimbal Edited on Final Cut Pro X on Mac Song: Mother ragga By: riffraff Royalty Free Music by AudioMicro.com Song picked by Lori Zinnecker You can buy DJI quadcopter / other products here : DJI: http://bit.ly/2h2vCGg Amazon: http://amzn.to/2t3otb7 BHphoto: bhpho.to/2t3n2cM Want to learn how to fly a quadcopter and everything you need to know?! Click the link here! http://bit.ly/2fOIqju DJI Phantom quadcopter videos: http://bit.ly/2h2kj0L *IMPORTANT* Please only use and share this embed code of the original video. Third party downloads and distribution is not permitted. If you are interested in buying footage or for booking information please contact: hire.micbergsma@gmail.com Send fan mail to: MicBergsma LLC PO Box 340075 Austin, TX 78734 ****************************************************** Website: http://bit.ly/2gvBRyI Instagram Mitch: http://bit.ly/2gHjIOV Instagram Lori: http://bit.ly/2gTT6gH Google Plus: http://bit.ly/2gPVmTf YouTube: http://bit.ly/2g4i5d5 Twitter: http://bit.ly/2fTaTzG Facebook: http://bit.ly/2gOo8Gd ******************************************************* Mitch's Scooter Stuff YouTube: http://bit.ly/2fK6kHJ Google Plus: http://bit.ly/2gIhZZu Instagram: http://bit.ly/2fB8gay Facebook: http://bit.ly/2gEsYpt *******************************************************
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Cancun Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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Cancun Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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http://www.expedia.com/Cancun.d179995.Destination-Travel-Guides Surrounded by the warm waters of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is famed for its sunshine, history, and wild nightlife. Come to this former Mexican fishing village turned resort town to join legions of fellow sun worshippers – just don’t forget to pack sunscreen. Your Cancun tour should stop at the Acuario Interactivo, where you can meet mariachi-singing dolphins and other friendly sealife. Explore the vast historical offerings of Cancun by heading to the Yucatan interior, where you’ll find ancient Mayan cities available to tour. A day trip to Chichen Itza, one of the world’s Seven Modern Wonders, is another must. Wander through its ancient streets and take in the temples, an observatory, and even a sporting arena. At sunset, your Cancun sightseeing will come to a dazzling conclusion amid the wild nightlife. Watch shows, go dancing, attend parties, and make sure you’ve got your camera out. It all begins anew the next day; morning in Cancun means more time to make sun-drenched memories that will last a lifetime. What’s your first stop in Cancun going to be? Visit our Cancun travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Expedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expedia Instagram: http://instagram.com/expedia Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Expedia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Expedia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder: http://viewfinder.expedia.com/
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Yucatan - Angharad
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Yucatan - Angharad

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Mwy o wybodaeth \\ More information: @Ochr1 http://www.ylle.co.uk
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Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation
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Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

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Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008). Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size attracted huge meteorites, which slammed into it, causing super-high-temperature rock vapour to cover the entire surface and evaporate all ocean water. The earliest life-forms survived such infernal events by escaping deep into the ground, miraculously emerging again and again. The Earth has gone through innumerable catastrophic events, and life has survived by acquiring new abilities to live through each crisis. Humans are part of the grand history of life's evolution, which has been closely intertwined with repeated cataclysmic events. Learn what would happen if an asteroid hit the Earth with this detailed "Large Asteroid Impact Simulation". An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. Destination: The Pacific Ocean. The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. The firestorm encircles the Earth, vaporizing all life in its way. Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable. The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history. Music of Pink Floyd "The Great Gig in the Sky" (1973). 0:12 An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. 0:47 Destination: The Pacific Ocean. 1:17 The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. 1:28 The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. 1:53 Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, 2:11 and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. 2:55 The firestorm encircles the Earth, 3:05 vaporizing all life in its way. 3:34 Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable. 4:19 The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history. ● Discovery Channel - Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni (2008). La Terra è nata a seguito di ripetute collisioni di asteroidi, la luna è stata creata da un singolo impatto gigantesco. Poi, le dimensioni della Terra hanno attratto enormi meteoriti, che si sono schiantate su di essa, causando vapori di roccia ad altissima temperatura che hanno ricoperto l'intera superficie e fatto evaporare tutta l'acqua dell'oceano. Le prime forme di vita sono sopravvissute a tali eventi infernali fuggendo in profondità nel terreno, emergendo miracolosamente ancora e ancora. La Terra è passata attraverso innumerevoli eventi catastrofici, e la vita è sopravvissuta attraverso l'acquisizione di nuove capacità per vivere attraverso ogni crisi. Gli esseri umani sono parte della grande storia dell'evoluzione della vita, che è stata strettamente intrecciata con ripetuti eventi catastrofici. Apprendi che cosa accadrebbe se un asteroide colpisse la Terra, con questa dettagliata "Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni". Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km. Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico. L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie. L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica. I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa, e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra. La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra, vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo. Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile. Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra. Musica dei Pink Floyd "The Great Gig in the Sky" (1973). 0:12 Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km. 0:47 Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico. 1:17 L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie. 1:28 L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica. 1:53 I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa, 2:11 e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra. 2:55 La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra, 3:05 vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo. 3:34 Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile. 4:19 Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra. I miei link: E-mail: anselmolamanna@live.it Skype: anselmolamanna Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anselmolamanna Google+: https://plus.google.com/+AnselmoLaManna1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/anselmolamanna YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/anselmolamanna LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/anselmolamanna WordPress: http://anselmolamanna.wordpress.com/ EdilPortale: http://www.edilportale.com/anselmo-la-manna/ ArchiLovers: http://www.archilovers.com/anselmo-la-manna/ Gravatar: http://gravatar.com/anselmolamanna My Reputation: https://www.my-reputation.it/AnselmoLaManna Social Blade: http://socialblade.com/youtube/user/Anselmolamanna VidStatsX: http://vidstatsx.com/anselmolamanna/youtube-channel ChannelMeter: http://www.channelmeter.com/channels/anselmolamanna Socialbakers: http://www.socialbakers.com/youtube-statistics/channel/anselmolamanna
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Riviera Maya Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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http://www.expedia.com/Riviera-Maya.d602901.Destination-Travel-Guides From frothy drinks on stunning beaches to guided tours of ancient ruins, the Riviera Maya has it all. Located on the eastern edge of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, the Riviera Maya is just a half-hour away from the party town of Cancun. If you’re looking for something a little quieter in your vacation, start your Riviera Maya tour in Puerto Morelos, a quaint fishing town where you can rent a catamaran for an afternoon at sea, or say “buenos días” to a reptile at Crococun Zoo. Playa del Carmen is a great home base for those who want to explore the rest of the Riviera Maya. Distinctly European in its architecture and layout, you’ll find plenty of charming places to stay, and enough boutique shopping and restaurants to keep you occupied for months. From Playa del Carmen, catch a ferry to Cozumel, an island just off the coast. You can wander for hours on its beaches, and its sleepy villages and friendly inhabitants may just become your home away from home. Cozumel doesn’t stop when you reach the shoreline. It’s part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, where you can scuba or snorkel off the island’s sheltered western side. Whether you’re an advanced diver or are just beginning, the gentle waters here are the perfect place to introduce yourself to the local sea life. Once you’re back on the mainland, do as the Mayans did and admire the view. The ruined city of Talum offers a breathtaking vista of the sea, and is considered one of Mexico’s first resorts. Why? Because this is where the royals went to watch beautiful sunrises and breathe in the fresh sea air—just like you’re getting ready to do. What do you want to do in Riviera Maya? Visit our Riviera Maya travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Expedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expedia Instagram: http://instagram.com/expedia Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Expedia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Expedia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder: http://viewfinder.expedia.com/
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25 Unbelievable Facts About The Mayans That Might Surprise You
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25 Unbelievable Facts About The Mayans That Might Surprise You

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If you haven’t read our list about the Aztecs yet, it’s worth checking out. Both the Aztecs and Mayans were two of the great pre-Colombian Central American civilizations. The Mayan civilization actually preceded and outlived the Aztecs by hundreds upon hundreds of years. It rose and fell several time throughout the last 2 thousand years and actually still lives on today in the culture of numerous Mayans who inhabit the Yucatan peninsula. These are 25 unbelievable facts about the Mayans that might surprise you! Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/list25/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/list25/ Check out the physical list at - http://list25.com/25-unbelievable-facts-about-the-mayans-that-might-surprise-you/ Preview: Although their civilization has declined and been conquered, in many rural parts of Mexico and Guatemala Mayan language and culture perseveres In fact, there are an estimated 7 million Maya still living in and around the Yucatan Peninsula Some linguists believe that the word "shark" was originally a Mayan word The pre-Colombian Mayans often sought to "enhance" the physical features of their children. Mothers would press boards on the foreheads of their kids so that they would be flatter (mostly just in the upper class) Objects were also often dangled in front of a baby's eyes until the baby was cross eyed, which was another desirable trait found in nobility and more...
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Yucatan, Mexico Travel Guide 2018- 10 AMAZING Things To DO ! (Mexico Travel Vlog)
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Yucatan, Mexico Travel Guide 2018- 10 AMAZING Things To DO ! (Mexico Travel Vlog)

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Looking for 10 AMAZING Things to do in the Yucatan, Mexico in 2018? In this Travel Guide i'll take you through my favorite activities, spread out over two months living in Merida. Every SINGLE Activity was covered on my Yucatán Playlist, linked below. Subscribe for more adventures from Mexico. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/2ddsVMs YUCATÁN, MEXICO PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap TOP 10 LIST AND CORRESPONDING EPISODE: 10) Visit the El Corchito Reserve- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPQBqEzHMas&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=19 9) Head for Valladolid- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvMd3K4zXdY&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=12 8) Eat Huevo Motulenos in Motul- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqLevElTxEE&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=13 7) Go Cenote Hopping For A Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvMd3K4zXdY&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=12 6) Explore the Ruta Puuc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qPtPddGOBA&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=10 5) Cook Yucatecan Food- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=372lHnXFlFU&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=9 4) Visit Merida on a Sunday: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxQh7XWpvVQ&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=7 3) Visit A Beach Club in Chelem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShV2pefwU44&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=5 2) Visit the Haciendas of the Yucatan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfQ-RSs8vR8&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=3 1) Spend the night in a Mayan Village: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsMDABifGE0&list=PLb_xU7RWYGbZ4bl0mFd4H8RCputx1zDap&index=2 Offers for Members of the Barrio: WANT $40.00 off your first Airbnb stay?: http://bit.ly/2keuwJf (Support this channel, by buying through these affiliate links) ALL OF MY TRAVEL VLOGGING GEAR (KIT): http://bit.ly/2ld5hHW DJi Mavic Pro Drone: http://amzn.to/2qOfyJj CANON G7X MARK II: http://amzn.to/2ket6Oz GO PRO HERO 5: http://amzn.to/2iYr8g9 Go Pro Sport Kit/Accessories: http://amzn.to/2m0kUzF Big Joby Tripod: http://amzn.to/2m0mFNk Little Joby Tripod: http://amzn.to/2m0pApr New Outlander Daypack (20 L size great for holding gear): http://amzn.to/2mjy0KX Canon Battery Pack NB-13L: http://amzn.to/2kIWokF SanDisk Extreme 128GB Flash Memory Card: http://amzn.to/2jLJYsr Skinny Micromuff (essential for wind noise): http://micromuff.com/ CONNECT- FOLLOW ME ON IG: http://www.instagram.com/here.be.barr FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/herebebarr LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/herebebarr CHECK OUT MY WEBSITE: http://www.herebebarr.com SEND ME AN EMAIL: herebebarr@gmail.com "More About Here Be Barr" I'm Jon Barr, an ex-sportscaster turned travel vlogger. If you're looking for waste no-time ,incredibly informative videos loaded with useful travel tips, you've come to the right place! My vlogs are made for the savvy traveler. Subscribe to learn all of my travel tips, tricks, and secrets that have helped me visit 33 countries. Based out of NYC but always on the go. Don't be shy to reach out via Social Media or Private Message.
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Casa Hermana -  Merida Yucatan
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Casa Hermana - Merida Yucatan

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This wonderful colonial home, located in desirable Santa Ana, in the heart of Centro (the historic center of Merida), is now available for sale through DH Realtors. With its colonial arches and abundant woodwork, Casa Hermana is a prime example of the restoration work done by architect Roger Gonzalez. From its antique pasta tile floors to its beautiful high ceilings, this historic home has everything you could desire when buying a colonial home in Merida. For more information on this home, please go to our website: http://meridaproperties.com.mx/properties/casa-hermana-4/
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What are the best things to see in Merida Yucatan?
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What are the best things to see in Merida Yucatan?

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Merida is a great colonial city to visit in the Yucatan Peninsula. Here is a first time visitors highlight real of the best things to see in Merida. For detailed information on where to stay, more on restaurants and museums, see our guide here: http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/things-to-do-merida-yucatan/
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All New Luxury Villa -  Merida Yucatan
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All New Luxury Villa - Merida Yucatan

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DH Realtors brings you another amazing property. This modern contemporay home in Centro Merida is designed for a total indoor-outdoor living experience. This luxurious home has an idea north-facing exposure and is located on one of the largest lots you will find in this area, featuring parking for 4 cars - All new construction! Contact us for further information: http://meridaproperties.com.mx/properties/all-new-luxury-villa/
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Sisal Fiber Processing - Sotuta De Peon, Yucatan
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Sisal Fiber Processing - Sotuta De Peon, Yucatan

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Visit http://www.phenomenalplace.com to check out great information about mysterious and fantastic places on earth. These were the machines used a hundred years ago in the Haciendas to process Sisal (or henequen). From start to finish, there are three important areas. They are: 1. SCRAPPER MACHINE Once the henequen leaves are cut in the fields, they are gathered into man-sized bundles and moved by mule driven trucks to the machine house. Here, the sisal leaves are loaded on an elevator apparatus or conveyer lift, to be taken up one story to the waiting workers who place them on a conveyor belt. Here the leaves are separated and fed into the 'scrapper machine' that shreds them into the raw fibers. The scrapper machine in Sotuta de Peon is well over 100 years old, and has the capacity of processing of over 12,000 leaves in an hour. The machine house operates six days per week and in addition to processing henequén leaves grown within Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, they also process the leaves of peasant farmers throughout the region. ------------------------- 2. BUMMER PRESS From the machine house the henequén fiber is then moved to be dried outside in the sun. Once the fiber is completely dry, it is then fed into the 'bummer press' where the strands are pressed under great pressure into huge bails. The skilled workers pay close attention to the amount of dried fiber being fed into the press to get the desired size. Once the press operation is complete the bails are then tied with rope made daily by the workers of Sotuta de Peon and the process is then completed. Each bail is moved out of the bummer press and rolled into position to be loaded by thin rails onto the waiting truck, where it is taken to market in Merida several times per week. These bails weigh about 375 pounds or 180 kilos . -------------------------------------- 3. FINISHED GOODS PLANT The dry fiber "sosquil" that is not sent in huge bails to the market in Merida, is transported by truck once again to the finished goods plant (corchería), where it is then processed and transformed into various end products such as ropes, sacks, yarn, handbags and rugs. The "corchería" can even produce a rope of a very thick gauge which is used for marine purposes. The process begins with the combing machines where the dry fiber is unraveled, smoothed and then fed into the spinning machine, where it's once course fiber is wound into a finer quality of yarn. The fiber is also utilized in the rope making machine where ropes of various strands are made according to the specifications required. When used on the loom, the fiber can be woven into a course cloth for many purposes. There is yet another machine in the finished goods plant (corchería) which is very useful for the manufacturing of burlap sacks, used to store condiments, grains etc. Finally, there is also a "spooler" machine, which bundles the ropes into spheres for easy handling and transportation. Follow Me on: Instagram................ http://instagram.com/praveenET Twitter...................... https://twitter.com/PraveenMohanET Facebook.................https://www.facebook.com/praveenmohanfans Website.................... http://www.phenomenalplace.com
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Maya Civilization and it's Legend - Full Documentary
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Maya Civilization and it's Legend - Full Documentary

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Maya Civilization and it's Legend - Full Documentary Where did the Mayan people come from? The Maya are an indigenous people of Mexico and Central America who have continuously inhabited the lands comprising modern-day Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Tabasco, and Chiapas in Mexico and southward through Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. When did the Mayan civilization begin and end? Most famously, the Maya of the southern lowland region reached their peak during the Classic Period of Maya civilization (A.D. 250 to 900), and built the great stone cities and monuments that have fascinated explorers and scholars of the region. How old are the Mayan ruins in Mexico? The construction workers used bulldozers and diggers to claw at the sloping sides of the 100ft tall pyramid, which is part of the Nohmul complex - the most important Mayan site in northern Belize and one which dates back at least 2,300 years.
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Climbing The Mayapan Pyramid of Mayas, Yucatan, Mexico
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Climbing The Mayapan Pyramid of Mayas, Yucatan, Mexico

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Visit http://www.phenomenalplace.com to check out great information about mysterious and fantastic places on earth. We climbed the Mayapan Pyramid which is also called the "Castillo de Kukulcan" . It is designed after the Chichen Itza. "Mayapan" means "Flag of the Mayas" or "Banner of the Mayas" .The original sound is just too windy so I replaced it with some other audio. The Mayapan ruins are much better as there is no one around and you are allowed to touch and climb on the structures. Mayapan was the last capital of the Mayas in the Yucatan peninsula. You can also plenty of structures like pillars, columns, an observatory, Frescos, Stucco Carvings and other buildings. Follow Me on: Instagram................ http://instagram.com/praveenET Twitter...................... https://twitter.com/PraveenMohanET Facebook.................https://www.facebook.com/praveenmohanfans Website.................... http://www.phenomenalplace.com
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The Secret is Out on Tulum, Mexico
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The Secret is Out on Tulum, Mexico

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Tulum Mexico is truly a dream destination. Located on Mexico's famous Riviera Maya, visitors can experience the beautiful stretches of white-sand beaches and magnificent Mayan culture. This video explores aerial views of the coastline, the Tulum Mayan Ruins, cenotes, festivals, and local surroundings. Get a feel of what Tulum is all about and prepare your next vacation. Tulum is located approximately 2 hours south of Cancun by automobile. To get there visitors fly into Cancun and typically get to Tulum by rental car, bus, or hired transfer services. The beaches are magnificent, the food is delectable, the options for things to do are outstanding, and the hotel options will not disappoint. There are no high-rise hotels but rather quaint beach front options and rentals throughout. Once there navigating the town by foot or taxi is very simple. For exploration and adventure the options include world-class diving and snorkeling, visiting the historic Tulum Mayan Ruins along with other ancient ruins in the region, aquatic parks like Xcaret, swimming in cenotes, and much more. TravelYucatan.com started way back in 2000 and now is the premier website for researching this area. We have compiled hundreds of helpful pages and articles for each destination providing a first hand explanation for travelers to plan their next trip. Planning you vacation with us is easy. We offer online reservations for hotels, tours, transfers, and packages. We work with companies like Expedia.com, Hotels.com, and BestDay.com to supply our inventory. This guarantees the best selection, lowest prices, and most lenient cancellation policies you will find online. We help you out with our website and you help us out by booking your next hotel, tour, or transfer with us! It is a great partnership. For more information visit our website: https://travelyucatan.com/tulum-hotels-resorts/ Happy Travels!
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Mahahual Malecón, Costa Maya, Yucatán Peninsula, Quintana Roo, México
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Mahahual Malecón, Costa Maya, Yucatán Peninsula, Quintana Roo, México

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Mahahual, México is a village on the Costa Maya in the municipality of Othon P. Blanco on the Caribbean Sea coast of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico located on the Yucatán Peninsula. Previously a fishing village, it is now a rapidly developing tourist center. The village of Mahahual is only about 2 miles away from the Costa Maya cruise port, and cruise ships can easily be seen from the village. Mahahual has soft sand beaches, grass thatched palapas, and a coral reef a short distance off-shore called Banco Chinchorro, as well as several bars, restaurants, and shops. A new development called New Mahahual is being created directly inland from the port. When ships are in port, the village is busy with cruise passengers. Costa Maya Port started operations in the year of 2001. Since then it has become the second most important cruise ship port in Mexico. It has been recognized in the cruise industry for being one of the leading and most responsive ports in the Caribbean. Costa Maya's port has a new and modern tourist shopping mall. The center has a central plaza with saltwater pools and 'swim-up' style bars. There are several jewellery stores and many small shops selling ubiquitous souvenir items. It is generally open only to cruise ship passengers. Costa Maya is the closest port of access to many of the lesser known Mayan ruins in the Yucatan including Chacchoben and Kohunlich. These sites are substantially less excavated than the better known pyramids of Tulum and Coba to the north; Chichen Itza and Uxmal in Yucatan. For more information on Costa Maya visit: www.costamaya-mexico.com For more information on México visit: www.visitmexico.com Carnival Glory is a Conquest-class cruise ship that was built by Fincantieri in Monfalcone, Italy. She is owned by Carnival Corporation & plc and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines. 7 Day Western Caribbean Cruise from Miami, Florida 05/24/2014 thru 05/31/2014 Ports of call: South Beach, Miami, Florida, USA, North America Havana, Cuba, Caribbean, Greater Antilles, Latin North America (sail by only) Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America Roatán, Honduras, Latin Central America Belize, Central America Costa Maya, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America Mahahual Village, Costa Maya, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America For more information on Carnival Cruises visit: http://www.carnival.com/ Hashtag metadata tag #México #Mexico #Mexican #Mahahual MahahualVillage #CostaMaya #QuintanaRoo #Yucatán #Yucatan #YucatánPeninsula #YucatanPeninsula #LatinAmerica #ILoveMexico #ILoveMéxico #IAmorMexico #IAmorMéxico #YoAmorMéxico #YoAmorMexico HD Video Mahahual Village, Costa Maya, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America May 29th 2014
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Chichen Itza 1100 AD Yucatan, Mexico
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Chichen Itza 1100 AD Yucatan, Mexico

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PAN AM AIRLINES  MEXICO, YUCATAN PENINSULA & GUATEMALA 1960s TRAVELOGUE  59864
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PAN AM AIRLINES MEXICO, YUCATAN PENINSULA & GUATEMALA 1960s TRAVELOGUE 59864

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This color film from the 1960s was produced for Pan American by Vision Associates Productions. The Yucatan Peninsula (:26) is less than 2 hours from the U.S. by a Pan American Boeing 707 Jet Clipper. A Golden Triangle vacation is to visit the cities of Merida, Mexico City, and Guatemala City (:50). Merida is a city dating back to the Maya Indians. It is the capital of Yucatan (:59) and has many street vendors (1:14). A show at night reenacts the Mayan rituals (2:18-3:05). The ruins of temples (3:28) have intricate stone carvings, and their mastery of building is shown by a large stone palace (3:59-4:23). At a hacienda, a boy sculpts in clay (4:40) and a man paints the figures (4:56). The city of Chichen Itza (5:17-5:55) has a pyramid that is actually a Mayan calendar. This most sacred city of the Maya (5:57) has a hall of columns that originally supported a ceremonial platform (6:11). At its center is the Temple of the Warriors (6:20) and the statue of Chaahk, the god of rain (6:26). Sports played here included passing a ball through a two-foot hoop (6:39) with carvings at its base of the winners (6:48). Along another wall is the record of the losing team (7:00), its captain beheaded. Also there is Cenote, a sacred well that is a natural sinkhole (7:11-7:33). The Quintana Roo territory also contains abandoned temples on the hillside (8:11-9:00). Offshore is the island of Cozumel (9:07), a new vacation destination at that time. A group goes scuba diving (9:18-11:32) as others enjoy sailing and swimming (11:34-13:30). Scuba divers grabs lobsters for eating back at shore (13:31-14:45). Guatemala City is the nation’s capital, where modern architecture mixes with classic symbolism (15:57-17:09). A giant cross (17:13) rises at Antiqua, a city with many ancient churches intricately carved but heavily damaged by earthquakes and so turned into parks (17:26-18:30). Agua, an active volcano, overlooks the city (18:44). A woman displays and makes hand-loomed rugs (18:48-19:15). The Maya still live around Lake Atitlan (19:17-19:37). On Sunday mornings, they walk to Chichicastenango, a meeting and marketplace where they sell the goods they carried there on their backs, including pottery, vegetables, wood, and textiles (19:56-21:40). Worshipers wave incense on the steps of the Iglesia de Santo Tomas church, built around 1545 (21:42-21:51).In Mexico City, the Angel of Independence statue (22:06) looms over the Paseo de la Reforma Boulevard with its many high-end hotels (22:15-22:41). An art market (22:45-23:30) offers many selections while a man plays a street organ (22:51). The National Autonomous University of Mexico Library is covered In mosaic art work (23:36). A mariachi band plays among boats hand-maneuvered through the canals (23:55-24:50). Nighttime lights highlight the Zocalo, the main square of the government buildings (24:57) as well as many neon lights and shows (25:03-25:53). The film ends with highlights of everything we’ve already seen. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Valladolid, Yucatan Video Tour
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Valladolid, Yucatan Video Tour

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  • Updated: 07 Mar 2016
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Valladolid Yucatan is a nice colonial city with Mayan roots and much to see for a day trip or overnight trip. Here is our video guide to what to see and where to eat while there. For more information on Valladolid see our articles here: http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/valladolid-colonial-town-with-everything-we-like-part-1/ http://everythingplayadelcarmen.com/valladolid-colonial-town-with-everything-we-like-part-2/
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A Journey to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
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A Journey to the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

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  • Updated: 11 Aug 2017
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A few minutes of our travels in the Yucatán Peninsula. Cities and towns visited: Mérida, Progreso, Valladolid, Cobá, Tulum, Uayma, Chelem, Chuburná, Chicxlub Puerto, San Ignacio, etc. (and a few places out in the jungle without names). Recorded on location in Yucatán and Quintana Roo, Mexico by Scott La Rock, Taylor Wilson and Rufino Rivera. Edited by Scott La Rock. Music by MK2 and Los BullShits. Have a powerful day!
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The Art of Mayan Cuisine in the Yucatán: Cook It Raw (Part 1)
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The Art of Mayan Cuisine in the Yucatán: Cook It Raw (Part 1)

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2014
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Subscribe to Munchies here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-MUNCHIES Cook It Raw, founded by Alessandro Porcelli, is an annual gathering of chefs who explore the world's many culinary traditions through creativity and collaboration. The Cook It Raw team travels to the Yucatán to learn more about the art of ancient Mayan cooking, a cuisine using local ingredients and simple techniques that have survived and evolved for thousands of years. Watch Part 2 now! https://munchies.vice.com/videos/milpa-farming-in-the-yucatan-cook-it-raw-part-2/ Check out the MUNCHIES Guide to Oaxaca: http://bit.ly/1pa8cKd More on Cook It Raw: http://www.cookitraw.org/ Check out http://munchies.tv for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/munchies Twitter: http://twitter.com/munchies Tumblr: http://munchies.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/munchiesvice
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