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22 Adults Only All Inclusive resorts in Mexico

Mexico is one of our favorite winter vacation destinations. While we love traveling around Mexico independently, we also love to start off our trips at one of its many adults only all inclusive resorts. They are perfect for relaxing in a luxury suite with your own private plunge pool and setting the tone for a romantic Mexican vacation.

You could be sipping on cocktails on a secluded white sand beach, making new friends at one of their swim up pool bars, or simply floating down a lazy river.

Best adults-only resorts in Mexico

Adults-only all-inclusive resorts in Mexico are purpose designed for grown-up rejuvenation and these are some of the best.

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Most all-inclusive resorts include alcohol, nightly entertainment, a private beach club, luxury spas, and infinity pools. This guide will cover the very best adults-only all-inclusive resorts in Mexico.

Adults-only resorts are the perfect getaway for couples to unwind, or

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Italy 10 Day Itinerary | Best 10 Days in Italy

What do you think of when you hear Italy? Do you imagine picturesque villages perched on hillsides, rolling vineyards, and azure seas? If so, then you’re not alone. Italy is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world for a reason: it has everything. From the ancient ruins of Rome and Pompeii to the trendy cafes of Florence and Naples, there’s something for everyone in Italy. From Rome to Florence, we will outline a perfect 10-day Italy itinerary that will allow first-time visitors to experience all the best that Italy has to offer!

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The Best Italy 10 Day Itinerary

So you are planning an Italy trip? Whether you are looking to plan a trip

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Useful apps for travel in Iceland

Travelling around Iceland is relatively straight forward and nowadays, with the aid of technology that almost all of us carry with us everywhere we go (our smartphones), it’s easier than ever. Here we’ve collated a number of apps which will help make your time in Iceland safer as well as enable you to get more from your visit.

112 Iceland

The 112 Iceland app makes it possible to contact 112 without calling. Clear simple app menu assists users in explaining what is happening and send a text message to an emergency operator. As soon as the app contacts the emergency operator your location is sent to the emergency center, along with the personal information stored in the app and a description of what is going on. This makes it possible to respond even more quickly to your call.

Available on iOS and Android

Conditions in Iceland can be unusual

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25 Of The Best Things to do in Marbella, Spain

If you are looking for things to do in Marbella to make the most of your beach vacation, you’ve come to the right place. We are rounding up the best beaches in Marbella as well as cultural experiences, and its top attractions. Are you ready to start planning your trip to the Mediterranean? Read on.

Things to do in Marbella, Spain

A glamorous town in Southern Spain, Marbella is the shining star of Costa del Sol. With long promenades lining its sandy beaches, beach bars, and charming old town, a trip to this beautiful Spanish City on the Mediterranean Sea is not to be missed.

We fell in love with the culture of the Old Town Marbella, our daily walks on the boardwalk, and sampling its delicious Spanish Cuisine. After spending a week in the tourist capital of Costa del Sol, we felt that we could move here. Plus, with

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Best Places to Celebrate Day of the Dead in Central Mexico

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When you eventually pass away, wouldn’t you want your family to remember you with a party each year? You’d be welcomed home with your favorite foods, music, jokes and elaborate personalized decorations. Two days would be dedicated to the good times you shared and keeping the fun rolling. We love this light-hearted look at death, and celebration of life, that manifests around Mexico every November 1st and 2nd. Elements of Día de Muertos date back thousands of years, though when the Spanish conquistadors arrived in the 16th century, indigenous and Christian traditions had to find a way to coexist. To practice under Catholic rule, the Aztecs adopted All Saints and All Souls Days and other trappings of Christianity by adding altars and crosses to their pagan displays. What started as a workaround is now one of the most poetic expressions of culture, to the level of earning UNESCO status. We

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