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Fusion, flavors, and unique experiences at the Caribbean paradise

Fusion, flavors, and unique experiences at the Caribbean paradise

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Traveling is discovering; the culture of a country, the patrimony of a city, the ancient flavors of a community, and a lifetime unique experience worth sharing. Imagine two different culinary…

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Fairmont Mayakoba Pop-Up Restaurants

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When traveling, one of the main experiences we want to take advantage of is the culinary ones. Going to another city, state, or country, trying the traditional dishes, opens our…

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Cinco de Mayo Aguachile Experience

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Cinco de Mayo is a popular celebration in the US. Start in the 60s, where a group of Mexican-American activists fighting for the American civil rights movement used that day…

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Fresh & Sweet: Tequila Cantaritos

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Tequila is a trendy and fun Mexican spirit, great for delicious cocktails like the amazing Margarita, or a salty Paloma! Among the legends that explain the origins of this exquisite…

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Lobster Fest at Brisas Restaurant

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Caribbean Lobsters are sweet and succulent, coming into the season for 8 months during the year. They are fished throughout all the Rivera Maya and are included in the global…

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3 tasty snack recipes for the Super Bowl game!

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“DO THINGS WITH LOVE AND WITH DESIRE, IF NOT, WHAT FOR” – CHEF JORGE MIRAMONTES, BRISAS RESTAURANT The Super Bowl is coming up, and we know this year will be…

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Your Cocktail Horoscope for 2021

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A new year began, and what a funny way to start it than knowing which Fairmont Mayakoba cocktail your zodiac sign is! ARIES Japanese Whisky on the Rocks March 21…

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Rosca de Reyes

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Every January 6 in Mexico, we have the tradition of breaking the famous Rosca de Reyes. But do we know where this custom starts? It goes back to France in…

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Acción de Gracias; Una Temporada de Gratitud y Unión

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El Día de Acción de Gracias comenzó en 1621 cuando los colonos de Plymouth y los indios Wampanoag compartieron una fiesta de la cosecha de otoño que se reconoce hoy…

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Thanksgiving – A Season of Gratitude and Union

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Thanksgiving began in 1621 when the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies.…

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