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Highlights from Acapulco, Mexico

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If you know even just a few things about me, you should already know that I love Mexico! Everything about it – the varied landscapes, the people, the cuisine, etc. etc. I could go on and on. So when the…

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Sayulita, Puerto Vallarta and Punta Mita: Which Should You Visit?

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As a travel blogger, I am often asked what my favorite country that I’ve been to is. Though I could never choose just one, Mexico is and will always be in the top five. It is a beautiful country with…

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Checking In: Hacienda San Angel in Puerto Vallarta

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Entering Hacienda San Angel from the cobblestone streets of Puerto Vallarta is like having been transported into another world… The open-air lobby and courtyard are filled with bright flowers and lush greenery. The trickling of water from the stone fountains has…

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Spending Three Days in Tulum, Mexico

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Other than a wild weekend in Cancun, I hadn’t experienced too much of the Riviera Maya, so when planning my recent trip to the area, I was eager to see as much as possible. After spending time in Playa del Carmen, I…

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Checking in: Papaya Playa Project in Tulum

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Turning off Tulum Beach’s main road, I entered through a wood and stained glass archway and became acutely aware that I would be spending the next couple of nights surrounded by beautiful, lush jungle. I also quickly came to realize that, though Papaya Playa Project…

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Exploring Cenotes in Tulum

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One thing that the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico is most known for (aside from its beaches!) is its cenotes. If you haven’t heard of them, cenotes are formed when a portion of a cave collapses and fills with water. What’s left is…

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The Best Towns in Quintana Roo

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Bordering the Caribbean Sea, Mexico’s Quintana Roo offers over 15,000 square miles of lush jungle, white sand beaches, ancient ruins and spectacular underwater sea life. One of the best things about this Mexican state is the wonderful cities & towns sprawled across it. They…

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Mahekal Beach Resort’s Guacamole Recipe

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During my recent stay at Mahekal Beach Resort in Playa del Carmen, I had the pleasure of making guacamole with Chef Julieta, the chef de partie at Mahekal’s main restaurant Fuego. Before my class, I knew the basics of making guacamole but…

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Posada Margherita: TULUM EATS

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During my stay in Tulum, I had breakfast at Posada Margherita, a restaurant located on the main road in Tulum Beach. With distressed wood, potted plants, and boho-chic accents, every area of this restaurant is photogenic beyond belief. The only way…

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Las Coloradas, Mexico: Wanderlust Wednesday

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Located an hour Northwest of Cancún is a place of otherworldly beauty like you’ve never experienced. It’s a body of water called Las Coloradas. And not just any body of water! Red plankton and microscopic algae give the water an opaque pink hue.…

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