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Episode 15: Playing in Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Episode 15: Playing in Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Playa. The word translates to “beach” in Spanish, but let’s also remind ourselves, “playa” contains the English word “play.” “Play” and “Beach” is a great way to start to understand Playa del Carmen one of Mexico’s most popular beach towns in the center, or rather the heart, of the famed Riviera Maya. Playa del Carmen, the […]

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The Pueblo Ruins of Paquimé, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Chihuahua, Mexico

The Pueblo Ruins of Paquimé, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Chihuahua, Mexico

The long road trip across the state of Chihuahua reached its final stage as we traveled north back towards the border and a final stop in Casas Grandes. Here we would enjoy the chance to see and learn about Mata Ortiz pottery, visit, dine (privately) and take in a sunset at Hacienda San Diego , […]

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The Red Hot Tabasco Style Sunset from Villahermosa

The Red Hot Tabasco Style Sunset from Villahermosa

I walked outside the hotel to catch the fiery, red-hot, sunset over Villahermosa in the state of Tabasco, Mexico. My Mexican adventure began here and then I bused into Chiapas and attend the ATMEX (Adventure Travel MEXico) conference in Palenque. After my trip, I took an extra day to discover more of Chiapas visiting the […]

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The Pink Flamingo Stands in the Ria Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico

The Pink Flamingo Stands in the Ria Celestun, Yucatan, Mexico

Just before you arrive to Celestun, Yucatan there is a turn off for the Ria Celestun, a protected nature reserve.  Inside the park visitors can rent a boat (includes the boat captain) for 1,200 pesos. The cost is often (and best) shared with other visitors. Once you pile in, the navigates the waterways to discover […]

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The Sunset View of Popocatépetl in Puebla, Mexico

The Sunset View of Popocatépetl in Puebla, Mexico

My first full day in Puebla I attended the 2nd annual FMGM (Foro Mundial Gastronomia Mexicana), a conference aimed to preserve Mexico’s Culinary Traditions. When the day was coming to a close and I decided to head outside during the golden hour. I thought I’d watch the sunset from outside the halls of the presentations […]

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