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Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey – Xcaret Park

The Sacred Mayan Journey is an event that recreates one of the most ancient traditions of the Mayan culture; the yearly pilgrimage of the Mayan oarsmen, who braved the ocean on their canoes and crossed to the Island of Cozumel to worship the goddess Ixchel by taking offerings and in search of her divine message for the Mayan people.

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

The Sacred Mayan Journey is the recreation of a part of Mayan history and culture, through rituals, dances and ceremonies representations, that took place before, during and after crossing of the canoes.

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

Sacred Mayan Journey - Xcaret Park

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Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

Copa del Rey – Annual Polo Tournament

On Saturday April 27 the social “crème de la crème” got together in Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo to watch the Copa del Rey Tournament.

Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

Set in the middle of the jungle this world class event brings teams from all over the world. The event was inaugurated in 2007 and since then has grown to one of the most anticipated sporting and social events in the Riviera Maya.

Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

What can I say…Cuban cigars, Vueve Clicquot champaign and, of course beautiful woman…!

Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

Copa del Rey - Annual Polo Tournament

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Family Trip to Villahermosa - Mexico

Family Trip to Villahermosa – Mexico

In Náhuatl  Tabasco means a “place where land is most”. The state of Tabasco is located between the states of Veracruz has Campeche along the Gulf of Mexico.

The state is known for its vast river basins, deep lagoons and expanding petroleum industry. The capital Villahermosa offers an array of fascinating cultural attractions, great selection of modern hotels and revitalized infrastructure. Some of Tabasco’s most interesting places to visit include spectacular archeological sites, incredible (and still operating) cacao plantations and a variety of tranquil and colorful colonial towns.

Mesoamerica’s earlier civilization- the Olmecs – thrived in the state of Tabasco around 1500 B.C. The Olmecs developed Mexico’s first non-nomadic culture. It’s rich culture have significantly influenced the region’s unique and complex historical character.

Enjoy a short video showcasing my trip to the state of Tabasco with the family.


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