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BOOK 2 IN THE “WHEELS UP” TRILOGY Jeanine Kitchel is hard at work on book 2 in the Wheels Up trilogy. Coming in...

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MÉRIDA DESIGN TOUR Complimentary light bites on our Mérida Design Tour. Carolina Caceres: Cel. +1 (917) 312 2595. [email protected]

Letter From the Editor: December 2018

“We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own ‘to do’ list.” – Michelle Obama...

Get Your Kids Closer to Nature in Mérida

A first glance at a map of Mérida might suggest a city without too many green spaces, but let...

The Gift of Don Tiburcio de Catmis

The universe, according to the Maya, as is commonly discussed, is divided into four parts, with a central axis...
Traveling & Getting around
What's New?
Shopping
Promotions and Discounts
Letter from the Editor
Letter From the Editor: December 2018
Travel in yucatan
Get Your Kids Closer to Nature in Mérida
Who are the maya?
The Gift of Don Tiburcio de Catmis
Traveling & Getting around

What’s New?

BOOK 2 IN THE “WHEELS UP” TRILOGY Jeanine Kitchel is hard at work on book 2 in the Wheels Up trilogy. Coming in 2019—Layla’s Law. It takes place in Tulum, Mexico, and I’m 14…

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Shopping

Promotions and Discounts

MÉRIDA DESIGN TOUR Complimentary light bites on our Mérida Design Tour. Carolina Caceres: Cel. +1 (917) 312 2595. [email protected] HOLA SPANISH SCHOOL Sign up for a one-week course “4×5” (20…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: December 2018

“We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own ‘to do’ list.” – Michelle Obama  I have turned to Michelle Obama for inspiration this month because…

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Travel in yucatan

Get Your Kids Closer to Nature in Mérida

A first glance at a map of Mérida might suggest a city without too many green spaces, but let me assure you that there are, in fact, plenty of opportunities…

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Living in Yucatán

Pet Adoption of the Week

This sweetie is waiting for someone to adopt her and love her a lot.  She is already vaccinated. Please share with your friends and family to find this little pup a…

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Who are the maya?

The Gift of Don Tiburcio de Catmis

The universe, according to the Maya, as is commonly discussed, is divided into four parts, with a central axis that unites the cosmic levels, the earth, and the underworld. The…

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This month's 5 featured restaurants

Roast Chicken in Mérida

If you have spent any amount of time in México, you will know that along with “cocinas económicas,” there is a roast chicken stand (“pollo rostizado”) on practically every corner…

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It's very yucatecan

“El Fifi” Grain Mill, 90 Years of Yucatecan Tradition

An activity that has its roots all the way back to the Stone Age, the milling of grains has always been a part of human life. Today this process is…

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Eco Destinations, Face to Face, Haciendas

Hacienda Chichén Resort & Yaxkin Spa

Ancient gardens full of life, a pool that invites you into its beauty, ample guest rooms with colonial style Mexican details, food that’s prepared with ingredients grown on the premises…

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Travel in yucatan

The Sweetest Event in 2018: Orange Fair in Oxkutzcab

Oxkutzcab, also known as the “state’s orchard,” is a city located in the south part of Yucatán that offers one of the most interesting annual fairs in our state. Can…

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Eco Destinations, Ecology

A Complete Guide for a Visit to the Homún Cenotes

Do you want to be amazed and delighted like never before? Visit the cenotes of Yucatán. Are you looking for an experience that will awaken your senses and spirit? Swim…

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Living in Yucatán, Shopping

Second-hand Books Within Reach

What would happen if you had the chance to live a thousand lives? To travel to unimaginable places? To get to know great minds? All of this, in a very…

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Top 10 Yucatán

Top 10 Yucatán This Month: November 2018

1. Music, color, and the celebration of being Mexican. You can experience it in the Centro Histórico on November 20th at the parade that celebrates the 108th anniversary of the…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter From the Editor: November 2018

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots. -Marcus Garvey A trip through time is always exciting, and this month…

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It's very yucatecan

Beyond the Traditional: Lovely Streets in Mérida

Mérida is defined by its beauty and its warmth. Visitors know that they will find a beautiful historic center and great architectural wealth in the city. Nonetheless, for many, discovering…

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Art

Utopia at SoHo Galleries

The way in which art and utopia interact is through the artists’ representations of utopia; creating great celebrations of life! Such utopian works may not provide all the answers to…

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Moving in

Cryptorama: Accept the Challenge!

“An incredible experience,” “Cool activity to enjoy as a family!”, “Exceptional fun after a day’s work,”… these are some of the comments on TripAdvisor from people who have already experienced…

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It's very yucatecan

Street Food Stands

Mexican food is, without a doubt, some of the most delicious anywhere, with such variety and a range of flavors that leaves just about everyone totally delighted. We can say…

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Culture, Shopping

Color and Sweetness from Texán de Palomeque

“What do I feel when I see all of this?” María asks while her eager eyes proudly observe the tablecloths, napkins, coasters, coin purses, and bags, among other handmade pieces…

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