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Review: Intima Resort in Tulum, Mexico

Review: Intima Resort in Tulum, Mexico

The Mexican Maya Riviera is currently in the Top 10 of the world’s most popular vacation destinations and it’s easy to see why. White beaches, the emerald-colored Caribbean sea and year-round warm weather explain why flights from all over the world are often fully packed. If the name “Riviera Maya” doesn’t ring a bell, the name of its capital definitely must: Cancun. For long, this was the only tourist hotspot of the region, but more and more visitors are finding…

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Review: Hidden Beach Resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Review: Hidden Beach Resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

It was surreal how fast those two months in Mexico had passed by, just like yesterday we had arrived at the house of Hector Martinez in the middle of the night and now we were only a couple of days away from our flight towards our next destination, Canada. But there was one place we still had to explore: Hidden Beach Resort at the Riviera Maya in Mexico. Located near Playa del Carmen and Cancun, this is the only resort…

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Review: Desire resorts in Puerto Morelos, Mexico

Review: Desire resorts in Puerto Morelos, Mexico

This was the first time in our lives that we were going to visit a resort that promotes sensual nudity rather than non-sexual nudity. On purpose. For a long time, we had considered these adults-only all-inclusive lifestyle hotels completely out of our scope, but since we’ve met more and more genuine nudists who told us that they actually had a great holiday at places like the Desire resorts in Mexico, we felt that we did have to give it a…

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Review: Playa Sonrisa in Xcalak, Mexico

Review: Playa Sonrisa in Xcalak, Mexico

How often have we already said that we’ve been to the end of the world? Or at least the end of civilization. Nudist resort owners tend to find the most remote spots ever to start their business. And every time we think “Okay, this is it. It can’t really get that much more away from the outside world than this”. But they never fail to surprise us with even further away spots. Like Xcalak village in Mexico for example, where…

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