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Swimming with turtles

We join a group of 13: two couples, a family of three and another of five. We’re staying in an adult-only resort (next to a nudist resort, though I never see any errant nudes along the stretches of sand), where the only crying comes from the Americans who spent their first 4 hours in the resort lying in the midday sun, and have blisters on their backs like panacotta, and so I’ve forgotten that there are children in Mexico, in the other resorts, and now in our mini-bus, on our tour. 1,132 more words

Thoughts on... Spending Monday in Mexico

I am actually in Mexico as I type this, and I’m typing it on my phone, at the bar. I’ve had one Bahama Mama and one Electric Lemonade, and if you know me then you know that’s quite enough to have me enthusiastically humming Disney villain songs loudly and in public.* 290 more words

Azul Beach Resorts vs El Dorado Spa Resorts by Karisma

Karisma Hotels & Resorts and Exotic Travelers have a portfolio that offers resorts and boutique hotels to all type of travelers – from those wanting to go full luxury on a romantic getaway, to the ones wanting to explore the unique streets of old cities. 371 more words


Isla Mujeres & Riviera Maya

This is the first post in a series about my recent trip to Mexico. Click here to read all about my experiences on Isla Mujeres and the Riviera Maya! 6 more words


Cenotes de la Riviera Maya.

La Riviera Maya es uno de los pocos lugares del mundo donde puedes encontrar cenotes y explorarlos snorkeleando o buceando.

Te presentamos los 10 cenotes más bonitos de la Riviera Maya.


What to do in the Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya is that tropical paradise on almost everyone’s bucket list and a 1° hotspot for honeymoons. It has everything! Paradise beaches, colourful reefs, rich culture and absolutely delicious food. 1,500 more words