August 2014

Romantic Mexican Destinations for Couples

 

Are you thinking of going on a romantic getaway with your significant other? Mexico is a great option that offers many great destinations. The country is known for its amazing beaches and resorts, which make it perfect for those who love swimming, snorkeling, and other related activities.

To begin with, some of the most romantic hotels in Mexico can be found in Los Cabos. The natural beauty and serenity of the place also adds to the numerous reasons why this is a favorite among many couples.

The Las Ventanas al Paraiso is a paradise but make sure to have lots of money in your pocket if you plan to take your partner there. This is known as one of the most expensive sites in the country.

Pueblo Bonito Pacifica Resort & Spa is another recommended spot for couples. The services they provide is often talked about by past clients. You’ll be relaxed and rejuvenated if you visit this place. You could also spend your honeymoon at Pueblo Bonito Rose. They have fantastic room service and you have the option to stay in bed and ask for Mimosas and tropical fruits.

los cabos mexico

Los Cabos Westin Pool and Ocean image via https://www.flickr.com/photos/kretyen/



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Revisiting the Inimitable Island Nation of Palau

 

The water reflects the perfect blue skies,  the wind blows off fresh…another perfect day for a stroll. Perfect day, yes, but, I had a date then. Joan told me that she would just drop by her house to feed the pigs. I had to wait for about 30 minutes in a nearby store in Ngcherelong, a province in the northern part of Palau. I had a five-day holiday in this beautiful sunny island nation last year. I had to write down “sunny” because I wanted to pack my things away from Japan’s chilly winter! Palau is a small archipelago of approximately 300 islands lying in the Pacific Ocean situated east of the Philippines. The unique and fascinating reefs and islands are the primary places of interest in this island nation.

Joan has three pigs. Thanks to her part-time job as a tour guide. She was able to buy the pigs after organizing a lovely tour for a group of Korean visitors to the Rock Islands – the best of Palau’s natural wonders.

small pig

oink! photo by Steffen (https://www.flickr.com/photos/bertconcepts/)

According to her, as we drove down to Palau’s business city of Koror, the aim of the Government is to promote tourism industry to support economic growth while maintaining the ecological balance of marine and land ecosystems. The Palau Visitors Authority (PVA) mentioned that the local economy relies primarily on tourism, which attracts approximately 80,000 overseas visitors per year, generating more than US$1.5 million in taxes annually. With this figure, tourism becomes one of the primary sectors of employment in the country. Joan, among other locals, benefits from this industry.Read More »Revisiting the Inimitable Island Nation of Palau