It was dark, cold, and snowing. I couldn’t see where I was putting my feet. My heartbeat was accelerating, my breathing short. I was as scared as hell! “I don’t want to die”, I thought! I didn’t want to give up, though, right at the very end of 4 days of an amazing hike. The guide suggested I stop for a while, take my time and see if I wasn’t really feeling well. I had the option of turning back with one of the second guides. I thought it was fear, at least I hoped so!
Sometimes we are attracted to a beautiful place because everybody is talking about it and we feel the urge to see it in person and to leave our footprints as well. Fare enough! But most of the time once we get there we realise the less spoken surroundings are just as beautiful, if not more. Forgotten places, with less comfort but with your own private beach. What’s your priority?
Living in Cancun for 7 years doesn’t necessarily make me an authority in food affairs also because I haven’t tried all of them as you can imagine. However it still makes me in the position to offer a general overview on the culinary offer of the city. I hope you will find it useful. Bon Appétit!
…it is not only about the food, but also about the creativity in the presentation of the delicious dishes and the vintage – chic decorations.