All Blog Posts Tagged 'Riviera' (3)

The Road to Ek’ Balam

 

 

Third Installment in a Series on the Riviera Maya and the Yucatan

 

Enough fun already, and no time for a sun tan.  We had to hit the dining room by 8:15 and have our luggage packed and in the lobby by 9:00.  Our driver and general guide was Fernando Campos from Mayazone, a tour…

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Added by Eric Vengroff on March 24, 2011 at 9:23pm — No Comments

We Hit the High Seas and the Kitchen

 

2nd Installment in a series on the Riviera Maya and the Yucatan

I’m sure mornings here in Playa develop a certain kind of sameness to the natives and long-term residents; warm air, almost cloudless blue sky and a steady onshore breeze.  I could definitely get used to…

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Added by Eric Vengroff on March 14, 2011 at 6:37pm — No Comments

Our Mayan Adventure

 

With this whole 2012 ‘end of the world’ thing and the possible mass hysteria it could cause as we approach the fateful date (December 21st, to be specific), I thought it best not to make any long term plans –therefore it was time to visit the Yucatan Peninsula right away and unlock the mystery –…

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Added by Eric Vengroff on March 12, 2011 at 2:43pm — No Comments

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