Meet “Pakalito”, direct descendant of the Great Emperor Maya Pakal, and The Yucatan Times new mascot.
Pakalito has traveled through the ages to impart the wisdom of the ancients on the problems of today.
This time Pakalito visits Calle 60 and sheds his ancient light upon us, when he sees the cracks on the “new pavement”
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