Healthy Running on the beach
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It was an itsy, bitsy, teenie, weenie, yellow polka-dot bikini That she wore for the first time today. You have sweated, worked out, avoided those bad calories, taken care of yourself, and sacrificed all to show off your fantastic body in that yellow polka-dot bikini for your Caribbean vacation. Your only responsibility now is to […]

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The first annual Mexican Wine Festival in the Riviera Maya is set to begin next Wednesday, March 9th to Saturday, March 12th. The festival will include conferences and workshops, wine tastings, and cultural events all in the Riviera Maya. The festival will feature more than 50 wine labels from 13 different Mexican wine houses. One […]

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Learning to speak Spanish is not that difficult because everything is pronounced just like it is written. However, since you probably don’t have time to learn the entire language before your next vacation to Mexico, it is a good idea to learn a few words and phrases that may be useful during your stay.

Travel Packing Tips
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Traveling is exciting and fun. From the moment that perfect vacation spot pops into your head to the planning essentials, it is an exciting journey. Part of the travel journey is packing. But even the most seasoned traveler, however, can forget a thing here and there. We’ve compiled a brief list of tips for packing, […]

Mariachi, Norteno, Ranchero Mexican Music
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Music is a very important part of Mexican culture and is always part of a celebration, whether big or small. The music of Mexico sings of love, country, passion, history, legend and oppression, among other things. Here are three vibrant genres of traditional Mexican music explained. Mariachi Mariachi music is the first thing that comes […]

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 […]