Author: Joseph

Transportation in CDMX

Mexico City:As one of the largest and most spread out metropolitan areas in the Northern Hemisphere Mexico City has many transportation options available. Of note the sprawling metropolis also has some of the worst traffic congestion in the world. Thus a few tips: Taxis: In general as advised by locals do not take a taxi. […]...

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Transportation in Cancun

Riviera Maya: Once known as the Cancun-Tulum corridor the Riviera Maya is a tourism and resort district south of Cancun, Mexico. It straddles the coastal Federal Highway 307, along the Caribbean coastline of the state of Quintana Roo, located in the eastern portion of the Yucatán Peninsula. Concerning transportation, there are many options. Having frequently to the area I can opine on the best opt...

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Off The Beaten Path – Bintan Island

Singapore’s location and its efficient airport allows seamless connections throughout Asia for a quick escape from The Lion City, for those who may not wish to fly or are time constrained may wish to consider Bintan Island, one hour off the coast of Singapore via ferry. Within one hour, visitors are transported from the hustle […]...

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Review of Viceroy Mayakoba, Riveria Maya, Mexico

I always disclose I am a travel agent. The first three nights were booked with a slightly discounted rate; the fourth night was at rack rate. Note we were booked for 3 nights and enjoyed the resort so much we stayed an extra night; something we have never done! Summation: If you desire serenity, privacy, […]...

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The Mayakoba Experience

Mayakoba is truly an anomaly along the Riviera Maya. To the north is the hustle and bustle of Cancun with its famous hotel zone, high-rises and density along the beach rivaling the concentration of many major cities.  To the south is Playa Del Carmen, once a quaint town now overflowing with tourists enjoying the nightlife […]...

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Coral Grill and Bar, Viceroy Mayakoba

As part of the Viceroy open for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as all-day bar service. Open-air lends a sense of casual with bathing attire/cover up the standard during the day. Evenings shorts and t-shirt is fine. Menu a la Carte and weekly bar-b-que’s and other dining events. Views are spectacular. The Coral Grill […]...

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