Toltec warriors with butterfly shields

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  1. Red Nomad OZ says:

    What a fascinating place! LOOOOVE the statues – ‘incredible’ is the best word to describe them … Nothing like this downunder here in OZ!

    Have a great weekend!

  2. lakshmi says:

    Oh Christ ! is all I can think of saying..love this place and post..hope to visit sometime

  3. Neeraj says:

    Enjoyed reading your Mexico posts… I’ve been reading about way too many drug cartel-related murders in Mexico on BBC news!

    • Priyank says:

      Thanks Neeraj! I had no problems whatsoever in Mexico – all these news reports, although often factual, just end up causing panic and fear.

  4. Trisha says:

    what is this another website? I wd have to read you more closely to know what the blog name is about. wd be back, just a little note to let you know loved the pictures.

  5. Ryan says:

    wow,waht a amazing travl,i enjoy your post,i hope one day i could go that

  6. Wonderful pictures of the Toltec warriors of Mexico! Nice post!

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