I am a travel guide, blogger, and photographer passionate about archaeology, history, philosophy, and my home state of Yucatán. There is nothing I enjoy more than setting off to visit remote archaeological sites and making my way slowly through the jungle, spotting and photographing wildlife along the way.
I was born in Merida but was raised bilingually and hold both Mexican and Canadian citizenship. I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel, study, and live around the world. After many years abroad, I am thrilled to be back in my home town and to share its many riches with others.
I also really enjoy running and training for marathons, going out on adventures with my girlfriend and indulging my love for Yucatecan cuisine.
Read more about his adventures:
- When in Yucatán, Eat Like the Maya Do
- Reconnect and Recharge – Kayaking Yucatán’s Mangroves
- The Noble Yucatecan Tiendita
- Syncretism in the Puuc: Of Churches and Stellae
- Symbolism, Myth, and Power: The Role of Animals in Maya Life
- Underneath the Surface: Urban Archaeology in Mérida
- Paper Beats Rock: How the Invention of Paper Boosted Maya Civilization
- Discover the Maya Gods
- A Matter of Time: The Maya and Their Calendars
- Riding a Bike in the Yucatecan Heat
- Maya Names and Dynasties
- Spice up Your Life With Yucatán’s Flavorful Recados
- Corn Tortillas, Yucatán’s Very Own Super-Food
- Xibalbá and the Maya View of Death
- The Fascinating Story of the Vibrant Maya Blue
- A Welcome Return to Mérida’s Vibrant Running Culture
- The Architecture(s) of the Maya
- Celebrating the Virgin of the Candelaria in Yucatán
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