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Ingapirca

By | July 12th, 2016|Ecuador|

The largest ruins of Ecuador are at 3,149 meters altitude about 75 km from Cuenca. An Inca-Canari collaboration, served as fortress, temple and storage. It's a minor site compared to the Peruvian counterparts, but for [...]

Portobelo

By | June 16th, 2016|Panama, travel|

On the way back from Shelter Bay to Colon we discovered that you can cross through a ferry service, free of charge and much faster than the road through the Gatun locks. Then the road [...]

Casa Grande

By | December 6th, 2015|travel, USA|

A nice quick halfway stop between Phoenix and Huston is the Casa Grande Ruins national monument. Basically is one surviving structure with some wall outlines around it. The building is locked up, protected with a [...]

Montezuma

By | December 1st, 2015|travel, USA|

Montezuma Castle national monument, that's quite a cool name, isn't it? It belongs to some ancient cliff dwellings in Central Arizona. You pay one entry fee (or show national pass) and gain entry to three [...]

Tonto

By | November 26th, 2015|travel, USA|

A day trip from Phoenix, Tonto is fairly small but interesting national monument. There are two cliff dwellings, one open 7 days a week, but the upper ones only Friday-Sunday and you need to sign [...]

Teotihuacan

By | May 16th, 2014|Mexico|

Well, this place is huge and it's packed, no wonder as it is very close to Mexico city, where some 30 million people live. Unfortunately the smog from the capital will find its way fairly [...]

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Oaxaca ruins

By | April 10th, 2014|Mexico|

The state of Oaxaca has quite a few ruins to visit with the most famous zones being just around the capital city. The main attraction and largest of all is Monte Alban, situated right on [...]

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Oaxaca ruins

By | April 10th, 2014|Mexico|

The Oaxaca state has quite a few ruins to visit with the most famous zones being just around the capital city. The main attraction and largest of all is Monte Alban, situated right on one [...]

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