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Banyan Tree Mayakoba

The Riviera Maya meets the Orient at Banyan Tree Mayakoba. Here, attentive staff members remove their shoes upon entering the 123 spacious villas and residences, each of which is decorated with handcrafted Mayan furnishings and features both a private pool and outdoor soaking tub. Expert therapists utilize traditional Asian healing techniques in the renowned spa, while the Thai-infused restaurant, Saffron, is overseen by chefs from Thailand. Golfers navigate over a cenote on the Greg Norman-designed El Camaleón, a PGA championship course; guests can also take a boat tour around the mangrove-lined canals. The Tulum and Coba ruins lie nearby.

3 things I liked the most during my trip to Isla Mujeres

The highlight of my stay was cycling the whole Island and checking out the Island restaurants- hole in the wall restaurants are amazing in the Island. Truly authentic. And North Beach Great vibes, & fun

My favorite things about my trip to Cabo San Lucas that I recommend doing

Cabo is beautiful and for mostly for relaxation and scenery. One thing I did in Cabo was get a massage at the resort I was staying a, which was Villa del Palmar. The masseuses at this resort knew where professional and knew what they were doing. It was a magical experience and for an affordable price. In fact, my girlfriends and I all got a massage and we all shared the experience of falling into a deep seep during our experience. Second thing I recommend is taking a boat ride. Cabo is beautiful and you may get to see a whale or two, while breathing in all the fresh air and learning a bit about the culture. Lastly, I Recommend you enjoy cheap activities the resort or locals offer like, dirt bike racing or horse back riding on the beach.

What were 3 things you liked the most during your trip to Rosarito that you would recommend doing?

We just got back from Rosarito yesterday. Our three favorite things to do there, in order, were visiting the nearby city of Ensenada for the surf, eating A-MAZ-ING fish tacos on the beach, and renting ATV’s on the sand! Hope that answers your question, take care!

What were the 3 things you liked the most during your trip to Mexico City ?

Our favorite three things about Mexico’s City were the food (specifically the street tacos), the culture because there was history and color everywhere, and lastly, the prices! Our fanciest meal was about $40USD for a three course meal for two with a bottle of wine. And it was really good!

Encontré su página porque estoy pensando en ir a GUADALAJARA MEXICO tal vez este octubre. ¿Cuál es tu bar o barrio favorito para salir a tomar algo ?

↵The avenue chapultepec there are different bars and restaurants, many options food and breakfast of all kinds, personally I like the bar Cerveceria Chapultepec