Yucatan Travel Available as a
Downloadable Video and a DVD
February 28, 2013
visits Cancun, Tulum, Izamal, Chichen Itza, Coba, Ek Balam, Valladolid,
Playa del Carmen, Akumal, Mayan Ruins, Mexican Pyramids, and the
is 58 minutes long, including bonus features, and is narrated by Miriam
Balsley. It is directed by Carol Chapman and produced by Carol Chapman
and John Chapman.
|Hooray! The movie Yucatan Travel: Cancun to Chichen Itza
is now available as a downloadable
video as well as a DVD.
downloadable video can be purchased ($2.99) or rented ($1.99) from
Amazon.com. The DVD is available for $14.99 from Amazon.com.
through the Yucatan can be intimidating because customs and ways of
life change so dramatically from one village or town to another. Let
Miriam Balsley be your guide through this mysterious land and its
remarkable Mayan people. This video will be valuable to the explorer of
the ancient area and its ruins. It also serves as an entertaining
educational experience for the armchair explorer.
Yucatan Travel: Cancun to Chichen Itza
follows typical tourists—a husband, wife, and their grown daughter—as
they enjoy the genuine Mayan food, relax in a hammock beside the pool
of their hotel, explore archeological wonders, swim in the warm
aquamarine waters of the Caribbean Sea, and talk with Mayan people in
the wonderful, beautiful land of Yucatan.
beach, nightlife, and shopping hot spots of Cancun
World Heritage Site of Chichen Itza
yellow-painted convent town of Izamal, home of the Black Jesus and the
patroness of the Yucatan, the Virgin of Izamal
seldom-frequented-by-tourists yet delightful colonial town of
Valladolid and its cenote (an underground waterhole)
recently excavated tomb sculptures at the Mayan ruins in Ek Balam
bird-watching and pyramid-climbing ruin at Coba
fastest growing town on the Riviera Maya of Playa del Carmen
worldwide water-sports, snorkeling and diving destination of Cozumel
gorgeous Riviera Maya beaches at the Tulum ruins
the upscale condo community of Akumal
Bonus features include:
in Yucatan Travel
we ate and stayed
- An interview with Kristine Ellingson,
who is the author of Tales from the Yucatan Jungle,
on what it's like to live in a Mayan village
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