13 de septiembre de 2009


In the township of Tenosique, the sultriest corner of the sultry state of Tabasco, the mosquitoes are brutal. They stalk their prey during the cruelest hours of a summer’s day, and when night falls, they charge in murderous swarms, ravaging the skin and filling the heart with the desire to leave and never return. They are the hardest test for the city folk who travel to Tabasco to bask in Nature’s glories. Those who pass the mosquito test can go deeper into the fertile plain of the Usumacinta River, cross its vigorous flow and rush off in search of Mayan treasures.

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