El castillo

El castillo

Here is a view from under el castillo. This structure is the largest within the mayan city of Inah. This location was a powerful representation of the mayan inhabitation of the coast and all indications point to the fact that Inah was one of the strongest coastal trading cities on the eastern side of the Yucatan peninsula. This building (according to the placards for information) acted as a temple and a government seat for the ruler of the area. The city itself is very open in comparison to the others that I have visited. I say open with the intention of procuring a vision of open skies, sea breeze, and the crashing waves within your imagination. The area is incredibly breathtaking, and although VERY touristy, it is worth a jaunt through the grounds.

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About bassist5656

Hi, I am just beginning a world adventure of my very own! My name is Tristan Davis Fralick and I am a nursing and social justice student from the central New York region. I really enjoy working with people and I have made it my goal to see as much of the world's cultures as possible to best understand and relate to the people that live all around us. In my free-time I enjoy hiking, biking, swimming, playing music, cooking, writing (obviously), and learning new things in any way that I can. This is a blog consisting of my travels past and present. I hope that you enjoy!

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