- The Big Read kicks off next week
- People are encouraged to read the whole book, but book discussions in April will discuss these specific five stories: “Chac-Mool,” “The Night of Margaret Rose,” “The Mist,” “Permission Granted,” and “The Switchman.
- Paradise in Playa: Wrecks, Caverns and Bull Sharks
- Just 20 minutes from the outskirts of town is the cenote complex known locally by its Mayan name, Chac-Mool.
- Cancún may have first 'Blue Flag' and 'Pet Friendly' beach in Latin America
- However, Benito Juarez municipality continues as the leader to collect the largest number of certified beaches, as currently there are six: Corales, Ballenas, Marlin, Chac Mool, La Perla y Delfines.
- Did the Maya create the first 'comics'?
- A Mayan Chac Mool figure is seen in a chamber inside the Kukulkan pyramid at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula on May 22, 2007. Photo: Reuters. David Robson.
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