Traditional Mexican Candy
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It is common knowledge that Mexican food is spicy, but Mexican candy is often quite fiery as well and the unique combination of flavors awakens all the senses. The Spanish word for candies is “dulces” and adults and children alike enjoy “dulces Mexicanos”. On your next visit to Cancun and Playa del Carmen in the Mexican […]

Group travel to a Family Friendly Resort
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Traveling with a group of friends and family can be extremely rewarding, and it can save you money. Most airlines, hotels and resorts aren’t going to inform you that there are many ways your group can save money on vacation. Here are some hints that may help you receive discounts, upgrades and courtesy services on […]

Mayan hot chocolate
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Its winter time and this season, almost every region north of the Mexican border has been blanketed by snow, ice or sometimes both. Brr! Lucky, Mexico has a cure for those cold-winter blues, hot chocolate. It’s not your everyday hot coco. Instead this chocolate is deeply rooted in ancient history, locally grown with no importation […]

Mayan Legends
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Mayan mythology emerged from the traditions and religion of a civilization as old as 3,000 years from a vast region called Mesoamerica: territories that are now the Mexican states of Campeche, Chiapas, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, and Yucatan, in addition to some parts of Central America. Even though many of the texts written by the Mayans […]

Yucatan Cuisine Mexican Recipes
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Once a thriving Mayan Indian territory, the Yucatan Peninsula encompasses a wide region that includes the Mexican states of Yucatan, Campeche, and Quintana Roo (home to Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and the Riviera Maya).  Although part of Mexico today, the region is still considered Mayan country and their influence lingers, from the ancient Mayan ruins […]

Riviera Maya Resort Tres Rios
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The Riviera Maya is a special place.  That’s why Hacienda Tres Rios developed an eco friendly resort surrounded by lush jungles, tropical plants and exotic animals on a white sand beach along the Caribbean Sea.  Near Cancun, the Riviera Maya is located in a safe and peaceful area in the southern region of Mexico’s Yucatan […]

Mexico Snorkeling Cenote Tour
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  The gorgeous white wedding gown is hanging on the door waiting for the exciting day to arrive. The guests invitations have been mailed out and the last touches on the banquet have been set. It’s time to plan the honeymoon vacation for the happy couple. With an array of options to choose from, making […]

Riviera Maya Airport
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In 2012, Tulum, home of the ancient Mayan ruins, will become even more popular than ever and not because of the Mayan prophecy of 2012. Instead, 2012 is the projected year that 3,700 acres (1.500 hectares) of Tulum jungle will be excavated for the first commercial airport in Mexico financed and operated privately by government […]

Riviera Maya All Inclusive
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Five round, stylish tables are set up in the center of the kitchen at Casa Las Islas restaurant awaiting guests of Hacienda Tres Ríos Resort. Not a result of restaurant overcrowding in the dining area, this special section of the kitchen, decorated with celebrity photos on the walls and with soft music playing, is exclusively […]

Cop 16 Climate Change Conference
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Although the U.S.A. and China are at odds with each other about mutual expectations that the other take on added responsibility to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, representatives still believe the United Nations climate change conference from November 29th through December 10th is the beginning of positive movement towards significant environmental improvements in the future. […]