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What Should I Know about Spring Break? - A Message from the US Consular Office in Playa del Carmen
Over 100,000 American teenagers and young adults travel to resort areas throughout Mexico for Spring Break each year. While most enjoy their vacation without incident, a small number are arrested, become victims of crime, or even die. Using common ...
Greetings from sunny Playa del Carmen!!
Once again, our little blog "Life's a Beach" was nominated for the About.com Readers Choice Award for Favorite Mexico Blog. I just found out that I am now a finalist. Huzzah!!
But wait...it get's even better! "Life's a Beach" blog was not the only nod ...
Mayakoba, together with officials of the PGA TOUR,
announced today that Mexico's Only PGA TOUR Event will move to November
as the event joins the new fall portion of the PGA TOUR FedExCup
schedule. The next edition of the tournament is slated for the week of
Nov. 11 - 17, 2013.
For more information, visit www.ohlclassic.com.
January 31 to February 3, the 2013 "Copa Riviera Maya" Regatta will take place, hosted by the Sailing Club of Puerto Aventuras.
Michelangelo Pani, President of the Mexican Windsurfing Association, reports that there will be 170 boats and 200 sailors from all over Mexico participating in this event. Child, Youth and Olympic sailors will ...
Come, listen and learn from this spiritual tibetan budism teacher, on Saturday he will be talking about how to live a properous and abundant life. On Sunday you can come paint a Mandala with Lama for $150 pesos, $100 anandis.
For more information call: 984 1062133
Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve by eating a grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock's bell
during the midnight countdown, while making a wish with each one.
Mexican families decorate homes and parties in colors that represent
wishes for the upcoming year: red encourages an overall improvement of
lifestyle and love, ...
You read all the hype about the Mayan calendar, the end of days, the impending apocalypse... right? Well, so did we and watched with much amusement as everyone outside of the Mayan world made their preparations. Some prepared for the end, fearing the worst, stocking their war chests and food pantries. Others traveled to sacred spots to celebrate ...
Have you ever wondered what life is like in a Maya village today?
What would it look like? How would the local people really dress, eat,
work, pray and go about their daily lives? Are you interested in a
cultural experience more meaningful than a quick stop for souvenirs
orchestrated by a big bus tours on your way home from the ruins. ...
Although I wanted to pull my hair out trying to get my kids wrangled into all the costumes and dance outfits they require for the various parties and events they had to attend last week, this is till my favorite time of the year in Mexico. This year we had Cat's dance group in the Xcaret parade down 5th Ave., another dance performance and a ...
This year, Xcaret is not the only option for fun family celebrations of Dia de los Muertos! This year Parque la Ceiba extends the festivities with a full weekend of events for families in Playa del Carmen!
Parque la Ceiba has different events going on for Saturday and Sunday
and tickets are $85 mn/$7 usd per person per day. Throughout the ...