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Maroma Resort – Mayan Riviera

April 20, 2012

Taking a little break to daydream about my next vacation, although with a two-week-old baby I have no idea when that will happen.  I can’t wait to plan a trip back to this resort, Maroma, one of the stops on our honeymoon several years ago.  Great food, luxurious spa and accommodations, plus a perfect beach. [...]

Esencia – Mayan Riviera, Mexico

March 14, 2010

As promised, here’s the secret little luxurious hideaway where my perpetually hemisphere-hopping friend Lucy Wrubel was spinning her magic this weekend.  If it looks like a private residence, that’s because it once was one to an Italian duchess.  The hotel is on fifty acres of beachfront property and has about 30 rooms.  I just ran [...]

Rosewood Mayakoba – Mexico

March 11, 2010

I’ll be blogging from this gorgeous resort in Mayakoba, Mexico for the next few days (creating my own spring break!)  It is a little like Venice in Mexico…a boat took us from the reception area along a canal to our room, where we were met by our own butler!  The room is perfection.  The most [...]

Sazon Cooking School (and Hotel) In San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

January 15, 2010

For all of you budding chefs, here is a wonderful place to vacation and enrich your culinary skills.  I’ve heard great things about Sazon Cooking School, set in a gorgeous 18th century casa turned boutique hotel in the heart of San Miguel de Allende in central Mexico.   Sazon offers many cookery courses, covering different [...]

Whale Watching In Mexico’s Baja Peninsula

November 27, 2009

One of my most memorable experiences ever was a trip I took on Valentine’s Day several years ago to watch the gray whales in the Magdalena Bay of Mexico.  This wasn’t “look through binoculars” whale watching, these whales acted like school bus-sized Labradors, coming up to our boat, and even allowing us to pet them [...]

Surfing In Sayulita, Mexico

November 21, 2009

Sayulita, Mexico is a small village about 25 miles north of Puerto Vallarta.  Known for its consistent river surf break, roving surfers “discovered” Sayulita in the late ’60s after the construction of Mexican Highway 200. It looks like a surfer-bohemian haven, and in my short time there I met people from all over the world, [...]

Pacha Mama – Sayulita, Mexico

November 19, 2009

I had read about the famous bohemian Mignot sisters in the cool coffee table book Gypset Style, but I had forgotten that they live and operate a chic boutique in Sayulita, Mexico. Then I was strolling around the hip little surfer town and stepped into a store to admire the Tahitian pearl necklaces, and it [...]

Pizzeria Villaggio – Punta Mita, Mexico

November 18, 2009

The is the first time I’ve wanted to write about something that I can’t find online.   We had phenomenal pizzas at Pizzeria Villaggio, which is one of the few restaurants in Punta Mita, Mexico.  Villaggio is a casual Italian spot right on the beach, so you can’t beat the ambiance. With tables on the [...]

Four Seasons Punta Mita, Mexico

November 17, 2009

Thanks to my friend Amy, I’m writing this from the Four Seasons resort in Punta Mita, Mexico, which is a beautiful place for some R & R by the ocean.  We happen to be staying in one of the private residences, nestled in a hilltop with an infinity pool overlooking the ocean…an ideal spot for [...]

The One & Only Palmilla – Los Cabos, Mexico

October 28, 2009

I was just discussing favorite hotels with a very well-traveled, constantly jet-setting friend. Since she has been to every glamorous location around the globe, I expected her favorite hotel to be in Bora Bora, the Maldives, or at least Monaco.  Turns out she loves the One & Only Palmilla in Cabo, Mexico.   She says [...]


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