Welcome to paradise, discover Cancun!
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Have you ever dream of going to other places?! I have always dreamed of travel the world and I really think that being able to visit a different country, learn a different language, taste new flavours, interact with other culture it’s a unique experience.
Welcome to paradise
Mexico is an amazing place to visit or live, specially Cancun-MY BIGGEST LOVE!
Has an amazing location on Yucatan Peninsula (where an asteroid hit Earth 65 million years ago ) the centre of the Mayan civilization and has an amazing landscape that takes your breath.
The weather…is gorgeous most of the time.The climate is semi-tropical, all year round humid and HOT.So, girls, we have to get ready to deal with the hair by making sure is well-moisturized all day long.
Miles of warm white sand beaches with the gorgeous ocean can transform your holiday into a magic experience.Imagine how it feels touching the sand with your feet, swimming in crystal indigo sea, or just relaxing in a hammock admiring the beautiful nature around you.How lucky you would be!
Grab your bikini and let’s get pampered !!
How much Spanish should we know?
The official language is Spanish, but many locals speak the native language Maya.Even if I am Romanian and living on the other side of the world, I do speak Spanish since I am seven years old.Many people would like to know some basic words when travelling abroad.
You don’t need to know much but is always a good way to interact with locals which can help to improve your ability to communicate in another language…In this way, you can always make new friends and share your knowledge.
Let’s learn some Spanish!
Hola! – Hello!
Como Estas? – How are you?
Gracias! – Thank you!
No entiendo.- I don’t understand
Yo no hablo inglés. – I don’t speak English.
Cuanto cuesta? – How much is it?
Me pueda ayudar por favor?- Could you please help me?
Tiene usted Habitaciones disponibles?- Do you have any rooms available?
Al Aeropuerto por favor! – To the airport, please!
Dónde está el centro comercial /playa/ restaurante/ más cercano?- Where is the nearest shopping center/ beach/ restaurant?
La cuenta ,por favor! – The check, please!
Donde hay un cajero automatico? – Where is there an atm, please?
And for who loves the traditional Mexican beer, they must learn:
Or:- Que me toca llevar a la fiesta? – What should I bring to the party?
– Chelas y papas! – Beer and snack!
Xcaret Archeological Zone
We can find the ruins of the city of Xcaret, which was the scene of an important commercial port called Pole.Here were found human remains from the third century.Xcaret’s environment is a natural refuge for many species in the region.
Xcaret is a giant tropical paradise that I crossed by an underground river, and I admired pumas, jaguars, dolphins, flamingos, racoons, crocodiles and spider monkeys. At the end of the day, you can enjoy a great show – a musical journey through the history of Mexico.
Chan Tamam -Biopark and animal shelter
If you love animals and would like to spend a day taking care of them and enjoy the things that this place offers you almost for free, then you have to visit this magnificent place. There you can live unique experiences interacting with nature and with many animals.
Chan Tamam is a ranch about 15 minutes from the city to Mérida. They offer shelter to battered or captive animals and you have the opportunity to experience how to care for and offer a little piece of your heart to helpless creatures. The place is huge that allows you to practice all the sports that are carried out on this great adventure.
When you arrive, there is a guide who will tell everything you want to know about the place.What I like most about this park is that they not require as many tourist places to buy drinks and food. They let you enter your own food if you don’t afford to spend extra money.
Address: street Costera del Golfo, Quintana Roo, México
Time: : 9:00 am – 18:00 pm
Phone nr : +52 998 884 2530
Ancient sacred Mayan Crossing
Xcaret is the most interesting theme park in Cancun and the Mayan Riviera, but visiting it in the middle of the sacred Mayan Crossing can seem a dream come true.
The Sacred Mayan Voyage is the ritual that the Mayan civilization paddled with its canoes to Cozumel, in order to worship the goddess Ixchel-Mayan Goddess of the moon, of the fertility and the Tides.
The trip does not only serve to enjoy a natural sanctuary, wildlife of the Mayan jungle and live shows but also to see how the brave canoe face their fears.
The inauguration ceremony of the Sacred Mayan
The voyage consists of a series of ‘ surprises ‘. The Mayan rituals to ignite the fire of creation, the representative dance, the blessing of the Turtles that will be offered and the process of honouring and the three stones of the bonfire.
In the sanctuary of the island, they offer to the goddess Ixchel presents and petitions. People change in pre-Hispanic clothes and you can interact with characters of time that generates an old Mexico.
The farewell ceremony of the canoe and messages of the oracle of Ixchel accompanied by petitions and gifts.The people of the island comfort and nourish them after a long voyage by the sea.
In the last day of the crossing the ceremony of dismissed of the canoe ends. It recreates one of the most spectacular prehispanic adventures with an inestimable value for the Mayan civilization.
My advice is that if someday you will have the opportunity to be in this fantastic place and you think of doing something you never did, or just want to experience how it lived before such an old culture, then be part of the sacred Mayan Crossing and live an experience that will be etched in your mind forever!
Cancun is not a place where you can get bored easily.Has so many things to do, depends on us how we want to add value to our experience.It is an introspective journey for those who love nature, the mystery of a vanished world and who want to discover themselves in this amazing
by StellaIxTuesday, February 6, 2018
I rarely talk about myself, I’m actually a bit of an introvert.I would like to consider myself someone who can relate to anyone and any culture and background.One of my favorite places in the world is Tulum, Mexico.I am a huge animals lover-I love animals to death.I don’t enjoy being sad or angry all the time. I would also say I’m adventurous and enjoy the outdoors!Read more at stellaen.com