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Description

Mayan Cultural Centre Cozumel Museum Narration

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (North American)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

Canadian

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
There was a time and a place where stories were not told with words and letters, but with color in these lands, something was blooming, something that later became a pillar of a culture at an economic level. It was an exchange currency that held high value. It circulated the most important markets and it was treasure. So much so that it was not only seen as an object of exchange, its cultural significance rose even to the highest temples. It was an award for the bravest warriors and kept them motivated to win fierce battles, all to get such a valued treasure. There was also a time when the world changed expanded and that brought strangers from different places with different ideas and different beliefs. They saw in this precious cocoa, an ingredient that would change the history of flavors around the world. Kings, princes and the nobility enjoyed a new dish with the secret ingredient cocoa and the compliment that would immortalize it. Milk chocolate was born in europe, but that delicacy would soon transcend borders. Coco would quickly flourish in new lands. A small piece of our history would grow around the planet.