Friday, January 20, 2012

The Abalá Church - Abalá, Yucatán


In the little town of Bethle... no wait that's not what I wanted to write. In the little town of Abalá, which is in the Puuc area and the town that precedes a fantastic cenote called Kankirixche, there is a freshly painted church which, in the afternoon light and against a blue sky, screamed TAKE A PICTURE OF ME. And so I took several. I couldn't resist.

Abalá is on the road to Uxmal, sort of. It is a little off the highway and can be visited in about 15 minute or so.

And if anyone knows how to get to the cenote Kankirixche, please let me know. I went offroading there with friend and we did find a cenote, but it doesn't look like the one I have seen in the photos online.

In any case, here are the photos from the Abalá church: