Discover Mexico
The interesting Discover Mexico museum on Cozumel was the first stop of your grandparents' tour in Cozumel.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Tree of Life, an example of porcelain art inside the museum.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Woman on a Bicycle, made from papier-mache.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Doll.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Looking closely at the Madonna's eyes reveals faces in the eyelids in Grandma Bert's photo.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Outdoors, the museum has scale models of the main Mayan historical sites, as well as some of the more modern places in Mexico. The models are so well done that through the camera's lens, they and the tiny people with them look real.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
The figures on this Mayan structure, photographed by Grandma Bert, look real.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Only a very close look at the model reveals the figures are not real.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
The pyramid seen in Grandma Bert's previous two photos.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
An unusual pyramid design.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Chichen Itza. The Kukulkan pyramid, also known as El Castillo.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Chichen Itza. The Caracol, the observatory.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Temple of the Sun.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Zacatecan Cathedral, built by miners between 1729 and 1753.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Mexico City, the Palace of Fine Arts.
Discover Mexico
Discover Mexico
Mexico City, the Independence Angel.
Discover Mexico
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Finally, your grandparents viewed the Voladores de Papantla (pole flyers). Grandma Bert took these photos. Grandpa Roy recorded the video.
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After the pole flyers reach the top of the pole, the older man begins beating the tiny drum and playing the flute.
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As the music builds, the flyers lean back to begin their descent.
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The flers are on their way down.
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As they get further down, they extend further from the pole.