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Published Thursday, february 15 2018
No. #362




When you travel, you can see, hear, touch, smell, and taste. The state of Yucatán has a wealth of sensory input of every kind. Amanda, a gifted writer who has recently joined our editorial team, challenges you to keep a journal, on page 5. This edition is full of things you can experience with all your senses. On page 4 we tell you about the importance of the Volkswagen in our cultural memory. On page 7 you’ll be inspired by an incredible youth symphony orchestra and have hope for the future. At Animaya (page 8) you will be able to get up close and personal with a variety of wildlife. Learn about the significance of corn to the Maya culture (page 9). On page 35 we take you on a tour of delicious desserts in Mérida, to tantalize your taste buds. And in the town of Cenotillo (page 53) you will be able to touch the waters of innumerable cenotes. This month, it’s time to sharpen all of your senses and experience Yucatán in a new way. And then, write it down.

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