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Travel Postcards

Sunday Snapshots: Mayan Dancers of Founder’s Park

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If you’ve ever been to or Googled Playa del Carmen, you’ll immediately recognise the famous statue in the parque fundadores or Founder’s Park. The statue is located where the park ends and it meets the beach. Under the statue is sand, a children’s play area, benches, and small food stalls selling fresh fruits. It is […]

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La Isla Bonita: A Tour of San Pedro Town

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  Last night I dreamt of San Pedro …Tropical the island breeze All of nature wild and free This is where I long to be La isla bonita… …The beautiful island I fell in love with San Pedro… …I want to be where the sun warms the sky When it’s time for siesta you can […]

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Caroline’s Cookin’ : Yummy Eats in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye

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I like to think of myself as someone who is very passionate about food and what I do, that was until I met Caroline. To meet her I had to travel to the city of San Pedro on the Caribbean island of Ambergris Caye in the country of Belize. (You can read the first instalment […]

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Travel Postcards: How To Get To Ambergris Caye, Belize For A Tropical Getaway

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Belize is a small Central American country bordered in the north by Mexico, in the south and west by Guatemala and to the east by the Caribbean Sea. Belize’s territory consist of a mainland and over 450 islands; The two most populated islands being Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker. We recently went on a small […]

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Travel Postcards: Cancun’s Nichupte Lagoon

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  Playa del Carmen is essentially a suburb of Cancun, and that means day trips to the city are something we can do often. The little bit of Cancun that we have  seen we like; For example the amazing Mayan Scorpion Temple ruins. Another Cancun sight we really love is the Nichupte Lagoon. The lagoon divides the […]

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Travel Postcards: Cancun’s Scorpion Temple Mayan Ruins

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On a recent day trip to Cancun we stumbled upon the remains of a Mayan temple. I don’t know Cancun like I know my city (Playa del Carmen) so I can’t tell you the name of the beach where the temple is located. What I can tell you is that the ruins are across from […]

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When The Flavours of Oaxaca Came To Playa Del Carmen

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Happy Sunday everyone! I can’t believe that we are half way through May already. The time has blazed by with food festivals, holidays, my birthday, anniversary and even a small getaway. I’ve gotten a bit behind on blog work and sharing many recipes and photos with you. These photos are from a festival that happens […]

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