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“The Lost World of Quintana Roo”, a must read for all newbies to Mexico’s Caribbean state, is a book written by renowned French ethnologist, explorer and author, Michael Peissel, who, on one of his first adventures, walked the beaches and … Continue reading
To my knowledge, Mahahual does not have an official “town artist”. Don’t get me wrong, there are no shortage of artist who roll through the area, that is for sure. Just a look at the painting on some of the … Continue reading
Jorge, taking his service wherever it needs to go! Every day at the Tropicante restaurant, my go-to-guy, when I really need something to get done, is always my concierge, Jorge Lagunes. He has been with me a … Continue reading
Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History, the governmental agency that oversees the country’s many ancient ruin sites, announced this week the opening of the newest site in southern Quintana Roo. The site is named Ichkabal, and it is located … Continue reading
Seeing all of Southern Quintana Roo just got even easier! Caribe bus service, a commuter bus line owned by parent company ADO, has just begun 10 times a day service from Mahahual to Chetumal, the state capital city, and back. … Continue reading
Today’s Spanish lesson is the word “jalador”. Not the squeegee, which it translates to, but the street slang jalador. Why am I teaching you slang Spanish today? Because if you are coming to Mahahual for a vacation visit, you will … Continue reading
We are now in the 3rd of the three tourism seasons we have here in Costa Maya/Mahahual. We have “high season”, which is November thru April, “low season”, which is July and August, when school is out here in Mexico, … Continue reading