Tag: Yucatan

Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula Makes Frommer’s Top 10 List of Travel Destinations for 2012

Frommer’s, one of the most trusted names in travel and one of the bestselling travel guides in America, has released their list of Top 10 Destinations for 2012. Out of a very impressive selection, we are thrilled to report that Mexico’s…

Entrepreneurs Preserve Mayan Culture and Traditions at Centro Cultural y Artesanal in Izamal, Yucatán

Centro Cultural y Artesanal (Cultural Center) is located in the small, historical city of Izamal, located in the state of Yucatán, approximately 40 miles east of Mérida.  If you are planning on making a trip to Mérida, I highly recommend…

Travel Journalist Peter Greenberg Joins President Felipe Calderon for ‘Mexico – The Royal Tour’

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What I had anticipated since first being teased with a video demonstration back in June 2011, is now coming to life (public television rather). Needless to say, this Mexico-enthusiast is very excited about the news. Emmy Award-winning travel journalist Peter…

Mexico: Where to go? What to do?

When it comes to vacationing in Mexico, people often ask me where they should go. There are so many choices within Mexico, each offering something different and unique to its region. It’s just like if someone from Mexico asked where…

Dalia Ceja Honored as Woman of the Year by Napa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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The MEXICO Report Salutes Dalia Ceja for receiving the ‘Woman of the Year‘ Award by Napa County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. When I did a report last year on the beautiful and talented Amelia Ceja and the Ceja Vineyards “Building…

More of Mérida and My First Experience Swimming in a Cenote

Billboards of Mexican cenotes (fresh water sink holes) had temped me for months in Los Angeles as I drove down Cahuenga Blvd every day. And each day I passed, I stared at the possibilities and fantasized about swimming in one…