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I'm not, by nature, an early riser but I do enjoy the quiet of downtown Isla Mujeres in the mornings. Watching the shopkeepers open their stores, the smell of freshly brewed coffee and banana bread pouring out into the streets. I try to make a point Read More...
As a treat for the kids, who returned to school today, we took them away to one of their favorite places for a weekend of fun in the sun. Isla Mujeres has captivated our whole family from the moment we first got off of the ferry from Puerto Juarez. We Read More...
A few months back, as you may recall, I took a day trip to Isla Mujeres with a nice gentleman named Frank. The purpose of our trip was to look at Casa Ixchel as a possible investment opportunity for him and a group he had put together back in the States. Read More...
Day two of the Blogger Blowout was a hot one, much to the chagrin of us bloggers, each wearing varying shades of HUNGOVER! After a quick latte at Aluxes, we slowly piled into our carts and headed out across the island for a bit of good old-fashioned sight-seeing. Read More...
This weekend Rob and I and the kiddos traveled to Isla Mujeres for the very 1st Latin America Bloggers Convention or, as it has now been more appropriately dubbed, "The Blogger Blowout"! Our fearless leader, Wayne, aka "Isla Gringo", Read More...
As my poor husband has been stricken with the nasty virus that is making its way down the Riviera Maya, I was called in to service to spend the day with one of our customers looking at properties on Isla Mujeres. Isla Mujeres is one of my very favorite Read More...