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Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 2 July 2012 0

LOCAL RIVIERA MAYA ECO-PARK OFFERS NEW ACTIVITY

Xel-Ha, a world class eco-park located in the Riviera Maya near Playa del Carmen has a new eco-activity for water loving visitors from all over the world. Now visitors can interact with live stingrays. The stingrays live in the eco-park's tranquil crystalline waters in a naturally protected inlet wh…
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 29 June 2012 0

A TRIP TO THE FISH MARKET

One of the best things about living in a beach community is FRESH SEAFOOD! There are are many wonderful restaurants that serve seafood prepared in almost any style imaginable in Playa del Carmen, but if you want the fresh catch of the day to cook at home a great place to check out is El Pirata. …
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 28 June 2012 0

TOP 5 TIPS FOR STRESS FREE TRAVEL

Most of the time travel is easy, but every now and then travel troubles present themselves. No matter how many times you travel the same route to visit family or to winter in Playa del Carmen, there is always a chance that problems will arise. Careful travel planning can go a long way to help avoid …
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 13 June 2012 0

THESE ARE THE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

The quality of life that we experience living in Mexico makes up for any culture shock we may occasionally experience. The home and personal services available in Mexico are very affordable and go a long way to helping us adapt a carefree beach living attitude! Coming from a do-it-yourself culture,…
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 11 June 2012 0

WAY OFF THE USUAL BEATEN PATH IN PUERTO MORELOS

Puerto Morelos is a small, sleepy, seaside town between Playa del Carmen and Cancun. This adorable beach town has some wonderful restaurants, many shops with Mexican Handcrafts, an incredibly wide, white sand beach with warm shallow water that is very safe for children or non-swimmers and a fabulous…
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 6 June 2012 0

HAVE A COOL SUMMER BREAK IN

It is said that with every end there is a new beginning and this seems to hold true for the tourism industry in Mexico. 2012 marks the end of Mayan calendar and a reason for many to visit the ancient Mayan state. With the emergence of many upcoming markets giving a rise to disposable income, a dream…
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 4 June 2012 0

VOLUNTEER TO PROTECT SEA TURTLES NEAR PLAYA DEL CARMEN

One way to help protect the local environment, give back to the community and protect the flora and fauna of the Riviera Maya is to volunteer. Join the CEA to mark and protect sea turtle nests, to help collect and document important information about sea turtles and learn about the turtles that p…
Andrea Ruiz Perron andrea 1 June 2012 0

THE LIONFISH - DAZZLING AND DANGEROUS

The beautiful Lionfish is a danger to the fragile ecosystem of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Lionfish are indigenous to the tropical Pacific and Indian Ocean, but are invading the reef system here in the Caribbean ocean. Before January of 2009 the Lionfish had not been seen in the Riviera May…