Category Archives: Destinations Review

The Tides, Riviera Maya. A gastronomical paradise in the jungle

It is increasingly difficult to find places that really offer a concept where you see a deep and thorough work to develop a product that distinguishes the world of entertainment, whether they are hotels or restaurants. But fortunately there are … Continue reading

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Mérida: Among Estates in the White City

By: Carlos Dragonné If someone had told me that my weekend would turn up like it did, I never would believe it. What it was meant to be a two day rest in front of the TV, with all the … Continue reading

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Puebla: The reborn of a city

By: Carlos Dragonné Puebla has always had something that calls me. Its architechture, the streets and, specially, that history that feels both in tiny and huge spaces of the city always gives me that desire of waking up watched by … Continue reading

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San Miguel de Allende: An unexpected road

Experience lived by: Elsie Méndez Text by: Carlos Dragonné Dedicated to my friend Jacqueline Benitez The paths, sometimes end up as something totally different from what we thought they would be, and on many of these occasions the place we … Continue reading

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Getting back with myself at Tepoztlán

Experience lived by: Elsie Méndez Text by: Carlos Dragonné Telling you about Tepoztlán without going back to my roots would be impossible, for this place has meant a lot in my life. In the first place, this destination has been … Continue reading

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Morelia. Part III: Fullfilling a Dream in our Farewell

By: Carlos Dragonné and Elsie Mendez Dawn breaks with that sadness sensation always present in goodbyes. Today is our last day in Morelia and, from the terrace where we enjoy a coffee that helps us to fully awake and breath … Continue reading

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Morelia Part II. A message from the pink quarry stone.

Text by: Carlos Dragonné Experience lived by Elsie Méndez It is said that for knowing Morelia, you have to walk it and, listening to those who live here, after a delicious breakfast at the hotel’s terrace with a view of … Continue reading

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Morelia, Part I. / The Morelian night is calling me…

By: Carlos Dragonné It’s midnight. The Morelian night is calling me… Sitting at a little table I can see through the open balcony door of my room the City Cathedral of Morelia, lit up in all its splendor. The pink … Continue reading

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