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Voluntourism Opportunities in Mexico
January 30, 2015Raise funds, teach English or clean up the environment with these volunteer travel opportunities in Mexico By: Mark Chesnut Vacation should be fun, rejuvenating and relaxing. But increasingly, travelers are looking for experiences that enrich more than just their tan lines. Indeed, doing volunteer work while on vacation — a concept that’s often...leer mas
Villa Ganz, Guadalajara México
Tucked away on a leafy street in Guadalajara is this gem of a boutique hotel. A member of Mexico Boutique Hotels, Villa Ganz delighted us with its old-world charm. The restored 1930s villa is built around a high-walled garden and courtyard; inside, it has ten lovingly-restored rooms and suites. We speculate it’s perhaps the...leer mas
Sunset Sunday – Just Be at Sunset Cozumel, Mexico
by CRAIG ZABRANSKY on NOVEMBER 30, 2014 in MEXICO TRAVEL, SUNSET SUNDAY It was my first time back to Cozumel since I was a kid in the 80s. I wondered what changed, what I’d remember and if I’d be able to catch a Cozumel sunset on the water. As much as I love the Riviera Maya and its Caribbean sea...leer mas
Tasting Chilaquiles Verde in the Riviera Maya and Yucatan
by CRAIG ZABRANSKY on DECEMBER 1, 2014 in CULTURE THRU CUISINE, MEXICO TRAVEL When I travel to Mexico breakfast often, if not always, translates to Chilaquiles Verde. Every trip and everywhere I dedicate one morning (if not more) to tasting my favorite Mexican Breakfast dish. A Mexican Breakfast - Chilaquiles Verde What are Chilaquiles? Simply stated, the dish originates from...leer mas