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Moroccan doors: you will love them!

Moroccan doors are just amazing 🙂 Doors are part of the Moroccan cultural heritage: in any city you will find a variety of coloured, carved, richly decorated doors. From the imperial cities to the Kasbahs in south, you will get impressed by their incredible beauty! We collected a infinite number of door pictures! Here you […]

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Exploring our first Medina with the Kids

Arrival We arrived in Fez on Friday evening: a bit chilly temperature waited for us outside the airport. A driver, as agreed with the Riad we booked, picked us up to take us to the medina. We booked on AirBnb a nice Riad, but we never got to see it. Apparently the pipes were broken […]

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Relaxing weekend in Turin

For our first wedding anniversary, we organised a relaxing weekend in Turin without the kids. Fede had been there many years ago and it is incredible how the city changed! Most people says it was thanks to the Winter Olympics. Not sure it’s only that, but still we had a very nice weekend! Arrival & […]

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From Tulum to Mahahual stopping by Bacalar

Tulum is 230 km from Mahahual, thus the transfer would not take the all day. This is why we decided to explore Bacalar on the way to Mahahual. It was indeed a good idea! Bacalar The laguna of Bacalar is just amazing! We arrived a bit before lunch time in Bacalar and stopped in Cenote Concalitos.The Cenote […]

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Day #3 in Tulum: Ancient Tulum

We started in the early morning to visit the Ancient Tulum when the temperature is still acceptable for the kids. Definitively, July is not the best month to visit Yucatan for many reasons. I will try to list them in a another post. Ancient Tulum The Ancient Tulum, differently from Coba, is not surrounded by the […]

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Day #2 Relax in Tulum

The original plan was to visit Tulum’s ruins. We actually attempted to follow the plan, but Giò Giò wasn’t feeling good, so at the moment to buy the tickets, we changed the plan to Relax in Tulum. We started looking for a beach club with a swimming pool on the Tulum coast: not an easy thing apparently. […]

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Day #1 in Tulum: Coba & Jungle

On our first day arriving from Playa, following the advices of Adone, we headed to Coba in the early morning. From Casa Mango is around 25 kms, and we arrived there in no time. Coba is an ancient Mayan city that is the nexus of the largest network of stone causeways of the ancient Mayan world. It contains […]

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From Playa to Tulum

After 4 days in Playa, time to package and get the car we rented to move from Playa to Tulum. Usual breakfast in the garden, followed by some swimming. Me and Michela packaged everything while Tommy was watching cartoons on the iPad (unfortunately from time to time, that’s the only way to keep him quiet and do something […]

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Mamita’s Beach Club: Day #4 in Playa del Carmen

For Day 4 we decided to explore the downtown Playa (which looks everything but a Mexican city, it seems more a little Miami beach with brand new stylish condos, souvenir shops, bars for all tastes). On the way we met several Iguanas, and Tommy was super excited (Iguanas didn’t run away despite the screams!). We […]

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Day #3 in Playa del Carmen: view over the Mangrove forest

Day 3 in Playa started mostly in the same way as Day 2: during the morning session in the swimming pool we found out that the all wall surrounding the condo is populated by around 14 Iguana. Tommy was very excited about that! Getting back to Playa Esmeralda This time we reach the beach a […]

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