The Jews of Cancun

I met a man in the Museum of Natural History on the Oklahoma University campus. Often coincidence leads to an interesting story. We were both in Oklahoma City attending a conference. His name was Emilio Reyner and, at the time, he was Cancun’s Director of Public Relations. Almost immediately, my Jewish radar began to buzz.[…]

Quintessential Quintana Roo

In November of 2008, my wife and I made our first visit to Mexico’s east coast state of Quintana Roo, on the Yucatan Peninsula. Our destinations were Cancun and Puerto Morelos. Passing through immigration was speedy and efficient. When we reached our hotel, the oceanfront Le Meridien Cancun Resort & Spa, located in what is[…]

Triple Treat: All-Inclusive in Cancun, Cozumel and Playa Del Carmen

Cruising is more popular than ever. Its package approach takes a lot of guesswork out of a vacation. Meals and activities are onboard while at sea and, in port, tours are available. If this model works aboard a ship, why not on land? In fact, the all inclusive approach is being offered by more and[…]