Visiting the Muyil Ruins in Quintana Roo
The weather has been warm and sunny this week, and there have been occasional showers but we can tell that it's gearing up to be a wonderful summer again in the Mayan Riviera. We are enjoying the sun with our kids and taking some exploratory trips towards the pretty little Muyil ruins which are a great place nearby to see a well-cared for archaeological site.
It's small but the ruins are impressive and the area is lovely. Just look at these nice walking paths. I took lots of great photographs and could have stayed much longer but the kids were getting antsy.
Like many of these locations around Mexico, there is a Virgin de Guadalupe prominently displayed. Every time we have visited, there is a candle lit in her honor. A few times, we saw visitors stop and pray before the little shrine before moving on to view the ruins. These ruins are a short drive from Tulum and worth a visit. If pitaya (dragon fruit) is in season, you can find little carts selling it nearby, pick up a few because the fruit is delicious and you can purchase it very cheaply down here.
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