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Mexican Food in the Yucatan Peninsula

Mexican Food in The Yucatan Peninsula

Who loves Mexican Food?  How about enjoying traditional Mayan food whilst on vacation in the Yucatan? We were keen to find out more about Mexican Cuisine whilst we were travelling around the region. There is more to Mexico than just the food and its silvery white sand beaches.  Some travellers travel to Mexico just for the food, some for the beaches but for us it is...

Things to do in Izamal Yucatan Peninsula

Things To Do in Izamal Yucatan Peninsula

We had heard so much about Izamal “The Yellow City” and had seen some stunning photos of this unique colonial town in the Yucatan Mexico, we just had to go and see for ourselves what all the hype was about.  With the assistance of Visit Mexico and Yucatan Turismo who assisted us in planning a 4-day itinerary, we set aside an afternoon to visit on our...

Uxmal Yucatan Mexico

Things To Do in Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico

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 Riviera. What was drawing us to this region? The Colonial towns of Merida and Izamal – the Yellow City, the Mayan Ruins of Chichen Itza and Uxmal as well as...

Ajijic Mexico

Could Ajijic Mexico Be The Best Place for Retirees To Live

Could Ajijic Mexico be the best place for retirees to live? We traveled 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 expat retirees. AJIJIC...

Things to do in Chichen Itza Yucatan Peninsula Mexico

Chichen Itza How To Make The Most of Your Visit

There are many things to do when you visit Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula  Mexico. Chichen Itza is one of the most beautiful sites of the Mayan Ruins.   The impressive Mayan city dates back to the Pre-Colombian era.  Apart from having the most beautiful Mayan temple – El Castillo pyramid, it is also the most visited site in the Yucatan Peninsula with...

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