Akumal Photo of the Day – Mexicart – Mexican Folk Art Stop

Posted July 19, 2013 by Kay Walten in Mexican Art,Mexican Culture,Riviera Maya Photos


Mexicart in Akumal is the stop for Mexican folk art from around the country. We love, love, love this store for all its bright colors. Who could pass up this store without at least taking a peek inside?  Mexicart also has a location in the Tulum Pueblo.

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