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If there’s something we try to do, it’s pay attention. Really. Lately, many writers have mentioned how tired they are of receiving irrelevant, generalized or simply boring press releases. We don’t want to do that.
Our hotels are interesting. They have great stories. They’re also quite photogenic. We have good Mexico news for you. And we have lots. We just want you to know that we’re available if you have questions, a tight deadline, a mission to find something original or even just need to fact check.
We do send out news once in a while. You may be on our list. If you’re not and would like to be, please email us and let us know.
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Romantic-minded couples of all stripes have one thing in common: their attention is firmly focused on their beloved. But once a couple decides on a Mexico beach vacation, it’s definitely not a one-size-fits-all proposition. One couple’s eco-adventure might be another’s dull-as-dishwater vacation. Conversely, a couple’s wild night out on a beach town, complete with nightclubs and bright lights, might leave a quieter couple sharing a pounding headache. Here are the top five romantic beaches in Mexico. Each of them is slightly different from the other, with their own unique appeal, although they all have something in common – glorious expanses of white sugar sand, stunning azure seas, and cobalt blue skies.Read More»
Celebration of the Ninth Award Ceremony of Thierry Blouet Trophy
On February 18, the 9th Thierry Blouet Trophy took place in the luxurious restaurant Café des Artistes; renowned hotel chefs competed this 2014, such as: Vidanta Group, Villa Premiere, Haramara Retreat, Four Seasons Punta Mita, Hotel San Bernardo, and Coco Tropical Restaurant.
As well as prominent personalities of the Gourmet world, Roland Menetrey, Gerard Dupont and Thierry Blouet among others, who with their experience and knowledge evaluated the participating Chefs from different hotels located in Jalisco and Nayarit.Read More»
Is Oaxaca Worth Your Time?
I admit, I was a little leery of travelling to Oaxaca last year. Usually places that garner so much positive press are overrun with travellers and I get a little suspicious. I want to explore Mexico, not float from tourist hotspot to tourist hotspot! It sounds absolutely ridiculous, I know. I think it’s because I like to make up my own mind about a place and therefore I tend to not listen to (or read about) other’s opinions before I arrive. I mean what if I go all hyped up and it blows? That is no fun.Read More»
A Mexican Road Trip in 50 Photos
Road trips are one of my favourite travel activities as I have a chance to see the place I’m visiting in a more personal way. I can stop whenever I wish and snap photos. I can eat by the roadside with locals. I have complete freedom to choose my route, and then change said route several times along the way. My recent road trip through Mexico was no different (aside from that mistake in Chiapas of course).Read More»
Driving in Guanajuato: Google is Fired
It’s 9:30 p.m. and both Christine and I are delirious with exhaustion as we climb the steps to our room at Quinta Las Acacias in Guanajuato. It’s been a long and eventful day and as we reach the top of the stairs we are laughing uncontrollably for absolutely no reason.
It all started with our decision to visit the Museo de las Momias (Mummy Museum). The museum is one of the more popular sites in Guanajuato, and looked a tad morbid and strange (after a Google search), so naturally I wanted to go.Read More»