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Exploring Chichen Itza in Cancun

Three UT students -- Rachel Cobb, a sophomore in public relations; Emily Bounds, a junior in marketing; and Bradley Bounds, a senior in political science -- sent this photo from Chichen Itza, Mayan ruins on the northern center of the Yucatan Peninsula, near Cancun, Mexico. They were on a family vacation.

Bradley and Emily are brother and sister from Kingsport, Tenn., and Rachel is their cousin from Knoxville.


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Anonymous People's Choice Guide Cancun Travel Guidebook author Eric Rabinowitz said...

I just want to add that if anyone plans on taking their family/group to the Mayan ruin site of Chichen Itza during the summer, remember to bring a change of clothes, sunscreen and a hat to protect your head from the sun.

One of my favorite ways to cool down after spending a day at Chichen Itza, is to take a short trip to the nearby Cenote (sink hole/well) known as Ik-Kil. This is one of the most beautiful Cenotes I have ever visited and a wonderful place to swim after a long hot day in the tropical sun.

Eric Rabinowitz-Author

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