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Things to do in the Yucatan Peninsula

Things To Do in The Yucatan Peninsula Mexico

There are so many things to do in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.  In fact, there are so many fun things to do that you will be spoilt for choice or run out of time and you will have to return for more Mexican vacations. We share with you the best places to visit in Yucatan Mexico, where to stay and what to do there.  This is an extensive post, so grab a coffee or a...

Wyndham Hotel Merida Yucatan Peninsula Mexico

Wyndham Hotel Merida Yucatan Peninsula Mexico

The Wyndham Hotel Merida in the Yucatan Peninsula Mexico is a 5-star luxury hotel with a history. Merida in Mexico is famous for its colonial mansions, stunning architecture, local cuisine and its location close to the Mayan temples. Outside of Mexico City and Havana Cuba, Merida rates 3rd in the number of colonial mansions in Latin America. Guest Review: Our...

Things To Do in Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico

Things to do in Uxmal in the Yucatan Peninsula Our guide on what to do at Uxmal and the Choco Museum, where to eat and where to stay. Are you planning a visit to Uxmal? Uxmal in the Yucatan State of Mexico had always been on our bucket list.  We had travelled to many regions around Mexico but had never quite made it, even when we were close by in Cancun and the Mayan...

Merida in the Yucatan

Private Tour of Merida in the Yucatan

Would you like to do a private tour of Merida in the Yucatan? A great way to see a town or city is to take a private tour with a local guide. To fully understand the city of Merida in Mexico we reached out to Yucatan Travel to assist us. “Humberto is the top guide in Merida and he is famous,” said Maria from Yucatan Travel.  We were heading back from the...

Cancun Mexico

Hotel Review Nizuc Resort & Spa Cancun Mexico

  There are many Cancun Resorts and Cancun Hotels in Mexico to choose from, so how do you choose which is the right one for you? There are ‘party spa resorts’ and ‘luxury spa resorts’ we chose the Nizuc Resort & Spa because we wanted a luxury resort and spa well away from the party hotels. “ Zen, paradise and luxury”...

Ajijic Mexico

Ajijic Mexico For Retirees

Could Ajijic Mexico be the best place for retirees to live? We travelled to Ajijic Jalisco in Mexico for a house sitting assignment for 3 weeks in January 2017. After house sitting around Mexico, this was one area that we had yet to enjoy and we were looking forward to discovering this new town to find out why it was becoming so popular among ex-pat retirees. (Editor...

Sumidero Canyon Chiapas Mexico

Sumidero Canyon Day Tour in Mexico

In the Chiapas State of Mexico, there is one dramatic place to visit that was created around the same time as the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River in the US – Sumidero Canyon (cañon del sumidero chiapas).  It is a geological fault that is believed to have been formed millions of years ago.  It is stunning and an incredible sight to see, no wonder it is the...

Chamula and Zinacantan Chiapas

A Visit to Chamula and Zinacantan in Mexico

All we can say is what an interesting visit to Chamula and Zinacantan in Mexico was! San Juan Chamula and Zinacantan are two indigenous towns just outside San Cristobal de Las Casas in Chiapas State in Southern Mexico. The two could not be more different even though they are only 7 km away from one another. When you visit Mexico next and you are close to San...

San Cristobal de Las Casas Mexico

Hotel Villas Casa Morada San Cristobal Review

San Cristobal de Las Casas in Chiapas State, Mexico, will always hold fond memories for us, not only for the people, but for our one night stay at one of the best hotels in San Cristobal de las Casas  Hotel Villas Casa Morada San Cristobal. For location and comfort the Hotel Villas Casa Morada San Cristobal ticks all the boxes. (Editor Update 2021) This post may...

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