Welcome to Paradise, Riviera Maya!
First of all welcome to Mexicoand especially to the Yucatan peninsula!
The Maya Rivierastarts from Puerto Morelosto the Mayan city of Tulum.
Secluded but not far from the famous and bustling...
Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca
A few kilometers from the Oaxacan capital, Hierve el Agua, a natural spa, offers an unparalleled view of the valley. Visit its petrified waterfalls and bathe in its warm waters!
Hierve el Agua...
Palacio Nacional in Mexico City
This impressive Palace is open everyday except holidays and is located on the square plaza called "zócalo". There's so much to say about this place and it has lots of history. Starting with the...
The Maya ball game in Merida
If you come to Merida on saturday night you can enjoy the re-enactment of the traditional maya ball game on saturday night at the Main Plaza. There are two teams like in the most common sports...
The Top Farm To Table Restaurants In Los Cabos
Here in Los Cabos, we are absolutely spoiled with the diversity of farm-to-table establishments available. So Steve and I decided to try what we consider the top 4! Below we share what each has...
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