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Archives for August 2017
Cancún: A Love Story
Is Our Family Safe?
|Two of Three Kids Following Directions|
|Kids Called This A Life-Sized Fidget Spinner|
|Calderitas, Quintano Roo, Mexico|
Feeling So At Home in Mexico
As soon as we crossed the Belize-Mexico border, I was ready to share the joys of Mexico with our children. Today, that joy meant educating them on who Frida Khalo was and what she means to art. In Mexico, the kids seem at ease and happy. My husband in particular has enjoyed the food, alcohol, Caribbean climate, and probably most importantly, the price tag for it all.
|Visiting the Mayan Cultural Museum of Chetumal|
We picked a city flying well below most tourists’ travel radars for our first stop in Mexico. Though in the same state where wildly popular Cancun is, we opted for the capitol of Quintana Roo, a city called Chetumal. Chetumal is rich with history, friendly people, sun-filled day trips, one-of-a-kind lagoons and bays, fortress exploring, Mayan influence, delicious restaurants, impressive storefronts, and so much more.
|Playa Dos Mulas, Chetumal, Mx,|
|Toboganes en Bacalar: La Laguna de Siete Colores|
|Ambergris Caye, Belize|