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The Coba’ ruins: practical information

The Coba' ruins, or more properly said the Coba' archaeological site, is to me one of the most interesting site and the main reasons is  the location and setting. It emerges from a thick and overwhelming nature as if it's always been there from the...
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Coba’ and the surrounding wonders

Coba’ is a small town, mainly known for one of the most interesting  Mayan archaeological sites from which it gets its name, or vice-versa. Only few know however, that you can find other special spots worth visiting around the area that will make...
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Where to stay in Tulum

Deciding where to stay in Tulum can be a hard choice. The hotel offer is broad and diverse, each property with its own personality. I am really fascinated with the peculiar style.  Here, I have selected a few for you, according to my taste and which...
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Tulum: the fun, the funky and the historical…

Tulum is one of the most talked-about destinations in the world and it’s no wonder why. Its popularity comes from different elements; it’s the hip town, the cool place to go for the jet setters and their followers, fashion addicts and modern/vintage...
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Isla Blanca, a paradise for kiters … and beach-addicted

Dear beach-addicted: If you go here, you will thank me forever...It’s a bit secluded, but this is what we actually love and want. So, the distance makes the arrival even sweeter, and it’s actually a pleasant drive from Avenida Bonampak, the second...
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Express Yucatan: 2 days tour through history and nature

Express Yucatan: no pretexts! Whether you are staying in Cancun or along the Riviera Maya between Puerto Morelos and Tulum, there is no excuse for not exploring the inland area of the Yucatan Peninsula, where authentic Mexican culture and unspoiled...
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Riviera Maya and Cancun: what to do?

One of the reasons why I started this blog adventure is that I love to share what I know, and even though it might not be much, it will be of use to somebody. I started to follow Quora.com for the same reason, and respond to questions about...
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Cozumel – what to do in this charming island

History or Legend  say that  back in the day during the  Mayan civilization, women in search of a prosperous marriage would travel to Cozumel to take offerings to the temple of Ixchel, goddess of fertility; and to consult the oracle. Other sources...
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