Where does chocolate come from? Switzerland? Read on! The first proven chocoholics were in fact the ancient Maya of southeast Mexico who enjoyed chocolate’s pleasures and […]
Well it is Chocolate Ice Cream Day today, June 5, and we are ready to celebrate it the Mexican way! A favorite local ice cream in […]
The month of February evokes images of lacy Valentine’s Day cards, bunches of red roses and heart shaped boxes of assorted chocolates. Did you know chocolate was […]
To think that cacao was used a currency by the Maya before they used it for their famous Mayan hot chocolate. Yup, that’s right, cacoa beans […]
Yucatan| 1 to 2 Beds | 1 Bath
Surrounded by forest, this sister hotel to the Hacienda Uxmal is a short walk to the Uxmal Archeological site and the perfect accommodations for those road tripping through the Yucatan. Different room types are available with breakfast and parking included.
When we are traveling around investigating areas that interest us, we always find unpublicized attractions that we know absolutely nothing about. On a recent trip to […]
Now this caught our eye. Just before Christmas, only to be discovered by us after the holiday season, is a new chocolate shop that makes bean […]
For romantic dining and cocktails in Merida, Yucatan its gotta be Rosas & Chocolate Restaurant and Bar. Begin (or end) with live Jazz in the ultra […]
My guest this week is the Founder of Ah Cacao in Playa Del Carmen, Monica Tello. Monica’s passion for chocolate led her to the Riviera Maya […]
North Akumal – Yal ku Lagoon| 5 Beds | 4 Bath
Enjoy spectacular sun rises and sea views from this 3200 sq.ft. oceanfront house on Yal ku lagoon that has a pool, central air conditioning and a guest house. 3 bedrooms are in the main house and 1 in the guesthouse, all with private entrances.
The sweet craving has continued so the break today was a great coffee with some chocolate in Playa del Carmen! Ah Cacao is a one of […]