20. Coba Mexico


Coba was a ancient Mayan City this is the thorny tree. I think they make canoes out of it.

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Event_date: 12/31/2020
Status: Open for Guests

Short_Desc: Coba

Full Description: Coba was a ancient Mayan City. It was about 70 miles in diameter and has the tablets for the Mayan calendar which ends Dec 21,2012. I plan to go back in 2013 to see the next calendar. People can rent bikes for $7 per day and this place is large. So take lots of water and good walking shoes. It also has one of the last pyramids that you can climb so good shoes again is a must.



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