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Warm Escape to Puerto Vallarta

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I’ve traveled quite a bit in my life. Near or far, I’ve never needed an excuse to get away. But for some reason I’ve always held the mindset that if the flight is more than 5 hours I might as well go to Europe, which has kind of guided my choices as far as traveling is concerned. (But honestly, who could resist the allure of Europe?) Mexico was never on my radar. Perhaps because it has always seemed so close? I don’t really know why I never seized the opportunity to visit our neighbor to the south but boy am I sure glad I did last week. A little sun and sand is just what this city girl needed so I packed my bags and headed south to Puerto Vallarta.

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Riviera Maya Mexico Photography

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I have tried to share as much as I can about my visit to Riviera Maya, Mexico in order to help you 1) get past any misconceptions about traveling to the country 2) inspire you to visit and 3) help you plan your trip there.

In case you have missed the various articles I have written, I invite you to check out:

Riviera Maya: First Steps to Discovering Mexico

The Riviera Maya Resorts in Mexico 

Enjoy!

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The Riviera Maya Resorts in Mexico

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After sharing with you all my wonderful experiences in Mexico’s Playa del Carmen and the beauty of the Mexican people I met during this trip, I hope it served to inspire a visit there.

Now, in this post, I want to share a few lodging options that Riviera Maya has available to help make that planning process a little easier.

The beauty of Riviera Maya is that it considers all types of travelers in the facilities they have available for stays, so whether you are looking for luxury, economy, romantic, or adventure – chances are there will be a place for you.

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Riviera Maya – First Step to Discovering Mexico

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I arrived to Cancún, Mexico late on a Wednesday night.

I met Juan Carlos, the driver from Riviera Maya assigned to pick me up and greeted him in Spanish, which surprised him – something that would happen a lot during my visit any time I spoke to anyone in Spanish.

Our common language would be the thing that would make us comfortable with each other within minutes of our hour drive from Cancún to Playa del Carmen. It’s the thing that would allow me to admit to him that I had never been to the area and was wondering what it would be like.

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