La Brasserie @ The Fives Plaza

The Fives Plaza www.thefivesplaza.com Facebook.com/TheFivesPlaza Twitter.com/TheFivesPlaza Instagram.com/TheFivesPlaza Con eso de que el amor se pone de moda durante el mes de febrero y con intenciones de celebrar una cena romántica, nos escapamos a The Fives Plaza para probar el restaurante francés La Brasserie. Leímos el menú desde antes para ir preparados y un poco decididos, porque luego...
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Pedicure clínico en Playa del Carmen

PIES DESCALZOS Podología y relax Ave. 115, Plaza La Ceiba (muy cerca del Monumento a La Moneda) Facebook.com/piesdescalzospodologiarelax Los pies son una parte del cuerpo que a algunos les atrae, a otros les da ansias, y otros prefieren no mostrarlos. Pero si vivimos en el Caribe, creo que una de las razones por las que llegamos aquí fue porque nos gusta andar de ‘pies...
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Rauxa, cena show en Hotel Catalonia Royal Tulum

RAUXA Enloquece tus sentidos Facebook.com/RauxaTulum Twitter.com/rauxatulum Personajes que hablan un idioma muy particular te darán la bienvenida a un original teatro que te hará sentir en un cabaret salido de los explosivos 20s y con la intención de que la imaginación y los sueños te lleven más allá -  dice la grave voz que dará vida a Rauxa; la pasión, el desenfreno, la locura, el...
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Bacalar Lagoon

Bacalar, where part of the rainbow paints the water As published in: Riviera News Magazine By: Maria Azanza In the time when pirates and buccaneers ruled over the east coast of Quintana Roo, one of the most important villages of the Peninsula, it had to be fortified to resist attacks, survive wars, and prevent invasions.  Many years later, enriched with its history, and attractive by its...
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Stalactites and Stalagmites

Sisters, daughters of the same drop As published in: Riviera News Magazine, 2006 By: Maria Azanza When we think about these subterranean structures, the very first thing that comes to our mind are caves and caverns, cold and dark places at times, and at other times suffocating and hot. But just a few know how to distinguish one from the other, and even less people know how they were formed and...
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Diving in the ocean and cenotes

The best of the best… when diving in the ocean and cenotes As published in: Riviera News Magazine, 2006 By: Maria Azanza Many of the people that visit the Riviera Maya come to this place to admire its marine flora and fauna, reason enough to call the diving style commonly used as of currents, because you let yourself drag by the current to feel what is to fly under the water.  You...
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Sea Turtles

245 millions of years of evolution, alive in the ocean. As published in: Riviera News Magazine, 2006 By: Maria Azanza Human beings have always feel attracted to sea creatures that nature shares with us, that’s why it shouldn’t surprise us to be ready to sail on a boat, swim, or even dive a few meters underwater to see some of them. The town of Akumal, which in Mayan language means:...
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Benvenuti Compadre

Intercambio de gustos, modismos y costumbres mexicanas con los del otro lado del charco. As published in: Ecléctica Magazine, 2008 By: Maria Azanza Si nunca has visto un italiano que acompañe sus pizzas con un chile habanero a mordidas, festeje su cumpleaños con mezcal en mano, disfrute de la vida en una hamaca oaxaqueña y prefiera un espresso de cosecha chiapaneca… ¡Benvenuti carnales a...
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Punta Allen

A part of paradise south of the Riviera Maya As published in: Riviera News Magazine, 2006 By: Maria Azanza From sunrise to sunset, calm and tranquility is experienced in Punta Allen (or Punta Alem, which is how some fishermen and inhabitants still refer to this place.)  Located some kilometers away from the city of Playa del Carmen, the small fishing community inhabits a part of paradise.  It...
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