Is Tulum an accurate portrayal of Mexico or just another resort town?

We flew to Los Cabos in December to attend a good friend’s wedding. Driving to our hotel and home for the next four days, I soon realised that the initial desert views from the car window would be the closest thing to experiencing authentic Mexico that we would get on this trip. So, when we […]

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Tulum’s cenotes with Edventure Tours
Jet Set with Jas

Ok, I’m going, to be honest with you – until we confirmed our trip to Tulum, I didn’t even know what a cenote is. When researching for things to do I came across them and my interest was instantly piqued. The photographs of crystal clear turquoise water, dramatic underground caves and tropical fish seemed just […]

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Exploring Chichen Itza
Jet Set with Jas

One of the highlights of our recent trip to Mexico was exploring Chichen Itza. Found on the Yucatan Peninsula, the ancient Mayan ruins are now an important archaeological and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chichen Itza was recently appointed (in 2007), as one of the New Wonders of the World. See why I like many before […]

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Traditional Mexican cooking with Rivera’s Kitchen Tulum
Jet Set with Jas

I’m always on the lookout of fun activities to do when travelling that give me a little insight into the local culture. When I met Lily from Rivera’s Kitchen Tulum at the World Travel Market at the end of last year ahead of our upcoming trip to Tulum, I knew it was meant to be. […]

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