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Castle
An early view of the Mayan ruins at Tulum. This tall structure is what you see first as you enter the park. The ruins were built hundreds of years ago.
Castle
Iguana
There were iguanas running around all over Tulum. This is one that Grandpa was able to photograph before it got too far away. They are harmless as long as you don't bother them.
Iguana
Grandma
Grandma stands at the foot of the Mayan temple at Tulum in Mexico.
Grandma
Castle
The tallest structure is called "the Castle".
Castle
Castle
The Castle at Tulum, the largest "pyramid". People call the Mayan ruins "pyramids" or "Mexican pyramids," but really they are Mayan temples.
Castle
Castle
Grandma Bert's photo captures the whole vicinity of the Castle. Very few people were there at the time.
Castle
Ruins
Grandma gets another great view.
Ruins
Ruins
A close-up of the main ruin in the previous photo.
Ruins
Halach Uinic
The house of Halach Uinic.
Halach Uinic
Halach Uinic
View of the courtyard of the house of Halach Uinic.
Halach Uinic
Frescoes
The only way to get close to the Temple of the Frescoes was by telephoto lens.
Frescoes
Frescoes
Temple of the Fescoes.
Frescoes
Grandpa
Grandpa Roy sucks in his gut for Grandma's photo.
Grandpa
Tulum
Tulum
Ruins
Ruins
Seaside
View of Tulum from the seaside.
Seaside
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Grandma
Grandma Bert at the Tulum ruins. In the background on the right is the Temple of the Wind.
Grandma
Temple
Temple of the Wind
Temple
Temple
Temple of the Wind
Temple
Tulum
Grandma Bert and Grandpa Roy at the Mayan ruins, Tulum, Mexico. Eventually, Grandma and Grandpa were able to go to the the other Mayan ruins.
Tulum