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The importance of a Pier!

It’s been two years since I last visited Viceroy Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen, Mexico and during that time, a new arrival has made its presence known – a Pier has appeared. You may think that this is inconsequential but you … Continue reading

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The Day of the Dead

When I recently visited Riviera Maya, Mexico this Autumn, I couldn’t help but notice a marked prevalence of all things macabre on sale in just about every shop, in  every size, every colour (including day-glo) and every variety (intricate tissue … Continue reading

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Not just any old view ….

Whoever first termed the phrase location, location, location was a genius in my humble opinion.  Just take a look at this view of the fabulous beach at Tulum, Riviera Maya, Mexico I took two years ago – it’s irresistible, isn’t … Continue reading

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Shaken not stirred: Magellan’s Cocktail List – Magnificently Mesmorizing Margherita!

When we were staying at the beautiful Viceroy Riviera Maya, Riviera Maya, Mexico, recently, soaking in the tranquillity of the ancient and primitive Mayan tropical forest, we came under the resort’s spell and before we knew it, we were jumping behind the bar, mixing up a few devilishly delicious cocktails … Continue reading

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