The word is associated with sitting under a lime tree, or having nothing more demanding to do than squeezing limes. I am here to give lessons on how best to be ‘limin’ your life away in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Imagine running away to the Mexican Caribbean and never coming back. That's exactly what this travel memoir author did. Jeanine Kitchel walks readers through her experience of buying land, building a house, and pursuing a relaxed lifestyle in Mexico.
Take a holiday to Mexico and you'll have the chance to tuck into a wide range of tasty cuisine that draws on a number of influences. Indeed, the food that you sample in the Latin American country today not only has Mayan and Aztec elements to it but has also been influenced by the Spanish and French settlers who arrived during colonial times.
Akumal resident, Ingrid Datica, was one of only a handful of women that participated in the Maya Sacred Journey held last May, 30 canoes carrying 300 canoeists across the Caribbean Sea. This is her story...
My first vacation to Mexico was in 1991. I was 21 years old and traveling with my roommate. She was a seasoned traveler to Mexico and regaled me with tales of a place called “Akumal”. Unfortunately, we never made it to this magical destination during our brief stay in Cancun. In my mind and from everything she told me, I imagined paradise.