31 July 2009

Tenam Puente: Mayan Ruins

We have had a fun, if exhausting, day driving to see the Mayan ruins near Comitan, Chiapas, Mexico. These particular ones are called Tenam Puente ("The Bridge"). Even though it's a smaller ruin, it's so intriguing. We had a great time exploring them! And since I'm pretty worn out from the day, I'm going to let the pictures do the talking. I hope you enjoy them.

4 comments:

Lisa said...

What fun you guys are having! The picture of you with the ruins in the background is so good.

Betsy said...

Nice photos! I toured some Mayan ruins last year in Mexico and they didn't allow cameras...you are fortunate they let take such gorgeous pics!

Lora said...

Betsy~
They didn't seem to have any rules about cameras, but they did make us pay a fee to use our video camera. Of course that might've just been money on the side, who knows! Which ruins did you tour?

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Fantastic photos! It would take me all day to climb those steps...but what a view!