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Nobody cares about your writing: the brutal truth

You might love this article if:  you want to start your own blog  and you are afraid of judgments; you want to start your own  blog;  you want to start writing and you think you are not good enough; you want to start anything different from your...
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Akumal – Fancy a swim with the friendly turtles?

Among all the beaches you can visit along the Riviera Maya, Akumal is the most popular, and holds a special place in my preference ranking…and possibly that of many other visitors and nature lovers… It is indeed a beautiful bay complete with soft...
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Costa esmeralda and surroundings – a Hidden Treasure

Costa Esmeralda what? Where is it? That's the first question I am asked when I talk abut my discovery! As a matter of fact I was puzzled myself as well.  It was not possible that during the 6 years of my life spent in Cancun I had never ventured out...
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Izamal: the yellow magic town

Izamal, so much culture embedded in such a small town, and such a pretty place. The name Izmal (in Mayan), means rocio del cielo (=dew drops from the sky), which was the name of the patron priest of the original settlement in around 750 B.C.,...
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Where to eat and drink in Tulum

NEED TIPS ON RESTAURANTS IN TULUM?- By all means I love to eat, who doesn't, right? Here in Tulum you have a variety of choice from every dietary needs and preferences and as I was mentioning in my post on this beautiful eclectic town,  it is not...
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Punta Laguna – Meet the spider monkeys

Punta Laguna is certainly a hidden treasure and if you are in the area of Tulum it is certainly worth a visit. The first time I went to Punta Laguna was during my second year in Mexico, in 2011, when I was just driving around with my sister and mum...
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Cancun beaches: anything else is secondary

In Cancun the beaches have free access, as in every place that I know in the world. You cannot be asked to pay. However, hotels will not allow you to go through the property and let alone use their facilities, which are reserved for the exclusive use...
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Coba’ cenotes: a refreshing stop

Coba' Cenotes - Right after your historical tour in Coba here it comes the well deserved refreshing moment. On your way out of the ruins, you should keep driving around the lagoon in the same direction you came from, until you will see the signs to...
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