Maintaining a work out routine while on vacation is not an easy task. However, completely abandoning exercise and a healthy diet isn’t necessary. If you opt for a beach vacation in the Mexico Caribbean, there are some general guidelines to follow that will allow you to stay fit and eat well.
Monthly Archives: July 2015
Q: What is the best way to prevent someone from doing something? – This is exactly what is happening among Americans who normally travel or want to travel to Mexico. With the constant rehashing of the drug-related violence taking place in Mexico, and now with recent cases in Cancun, an area still considered safe for tourist travel, Americans are hitting the panic button and holding off on their Mexican Caribbean Dream Vacation.
The Riviera Maya, a place solely for sun, sand and a few Coronoas right? Well, not really. It is also a popular vacation destination with those with an adventurous heart. When you reach your limit of fun in the sun on the beautiful white sand beaches of Cancun and the Riviera Maya, cool off by jumping into a cave full of fresh ground water and swim around hundreds of stalagmites and stalactites that date back thousands of years.
If there is one thing on which the people of Mexico unite, it is patriotism. Never have I seen a country so proud to fly their colors high, vibrantly and grand in red, white and green. And, with every city and its town square I visit, it becomes more and more evident; it is here where patriotism runs deep. So, it should be no surprise that this year’s bicentennial celebration is predicted to be something that is out of this world.
Want to return to Cancun or the Riviera Maya? Want to see it for the first time? Well, here is your chance! Enter our photo contest and Win 5 days and 4 nights! *Contest starts August 4th and ends September 23rd. *
Tequila: a multi-faceted, multi-flavored and fascinating topic is globally known but what is not known is that Mexico’s tequila is equally refined as France’s Champagne. Scoff if you must but like Champagne, tequila comes from a specific region, is carefully prepared and is monitored under the watchful eye of the Mexican government.
Cenote, that is a familiar word, right? Well, maybe not. Unless you have traveled extensively on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula or have lived here, the chances of you knowning what a cenote is, let alone how to pronounce it, are slim. Cenote, pronounced, /sɛˈnoʊteɪ/, is a cave that collapsed upon itself thousands of years ago. Filled with stalagmites and stalactites, these geological phenomena do not sound much different from other caves.