Pol Kekén: Tradition and Dance

Published Monday, april 15 2019
No. #376




With Easter vacation in mind, archaeological sites, beaches, and other destinations might be more crowded than usual. Keep your eyes open for remarkable religious processions, masses, and other events. If you’re travelling with children, it’s a good moment for us to share some tips with you about how to enjoy archaeological sites with your kids. Violeta takes you on tour this month to Sisal and Dzidzantún. Find out why she has fallen in love with both of these destinations...again. And on the gastronomy scene, Cassie visited a few restaurants with cuisine from other parts of the world: Israel, Japan, Peru, and Thailand. Other good reads this month: Maggie offers some “aha!” moments in her explanation of popular Yucatecan beliefs; Claudia introduces you to a few of the city’s tattoo and piercing studios; Violeta gives you an inside peek at the tradition of pasta tile making in Yucatán; and also from Violeta, an inspiring visit with Maricarmen Pérez, Yucatecan musical and cultural icon.

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