November 16, 2018
red living room

Le Lotus Rouge is a Unique, Creative Adventure

Le Lotus Rouge Museum & Restaurant has completed its renovations, just in time for high season. If you visited this place before, you definitely have to […]
October 17, 2018

Paint Like a Local at the Akumal Arts Festival

The Akumal Arts Festival & Residency will hold its free, inaugural event on November 9-11, 2018. Its purpose is to encourage arts tourism in Akumal and […]
May 17, 2018
Llorona store

Off The Beaten Path Souvenir Shopping In Riviera Maya

Your departure from the beautiful Riviera Maya is as important as your arrival. Most of our travelers are always interested in finding stores to purchase the […]
May 3, 2018
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Best Gifts To Celebrate Mothers Day On Vacation

One of the best holidays we have in Mexico is Mother´s Day. Every May 10th Mothers from all over the world are celebrated in Mexico. Usually […]
January 31, 2018

Gastón Charó Has Created an Oasis of Art in Playa del Carmen

My guest this week is an artist whose passion for a more tranquil life brought him to Playa del Carmen. Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Gastón […]
January 23, 2018
Isla Mujeres beaded purses from the Women's Beading Coop

Sustainability Can be Found in the Colorful Art Work of Passionate Women

One of the most important aspects of sustainable tourism is support of the community, and Isla Mujeres makes it easy for travelers to buy locally with […]
November 27, 2017
La Galeria Lamanai

Discover One-of-a-Kind Treasures at Akumal’s Hidden Jewel Box on the Beach

Art is more than a business for Lucia Crespi; it is a passion. Crespi opened La Galeria Lamanai near the entrance of Akumal Beach nearly 20 […]
October 31, 2017

Shop for the Best Authentic Souvenirs and Unique Folk Art in Playacar

Contemporary art and design meet traditional Mexican handicrafts at the Playacar Center Shopping Mall. Playacar is a sprawling, self-contained community that has a beach, ruins, and […]
January 25, 2012

“Xtabentum: A Novel of Yucatan” by Rosy Hugener

According to Mayan legend, the Xtabentum flower that grows wild on the Yucatan peninsula first appeared on the grave of a free-spirited young woman who was scorned for her passion by the people of her village, but loved by the gods for her kind heart.
December 31, 2011

Author Explores the Maya’s Many Uses of Plants

"Plants in the Mayan Culture: Traditional Remedies, Food & Art" is a beautiful documentation of the Maya culture
December 20, 2011

UnPaint Table Series by Artist Enrique Diaz

A Mexican artist teaches to restore, renew and rejoice in the resources we are given.
December 5, 2011

Cristifer Art Classes in Playa del Carmen

Do you love to travel? Do you love art and culture? If yes, read on.
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