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visiting the Uxmal UNESCO site

There are currently 1,052 historic and natural sites named on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Among them, you will find the Pre-Hispanic Town of Uxmal, designated to the coveted list in 1996. We...

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chocolate travel explained

People are finally catching on to the idea that chocolate travel doesn’t mean just going places to eat chocolate. The emerging niche of authentic chocolate travel truly evokes a sense of place to our chocolate-focused...

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fab Grenada resorts to please your palate

In the week I was in Grenada, I never had one meal that didn’t please–if not tantalize–my taste buds. Indeed, Grenada is a fabulous destination for foodies and lovers of unique resort properties. You’ll...

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best chocolate in Grenada

I admit to being blown away by the quality of chocolate in Grenada. Grenadian chocolate is now among the finest in the Caribbean and the West Indies. This post lists a few of my favourite...

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visiting the Grenada Chocolate Festival

The Grenada Chocolate Festival (GCF) is still in its infancy, but doing a great job in combining chocolate with the culinary, culture, and arts scenes of Grenada. visiting the grenada chocolate festival I had the...

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why I love Grenada

I finally made it to Grenada this month as a guest of Pure Grenada to join the celebrations of the 2016 Grenada Chocolate Festival. It was fantastic, and the island blew me away with...

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exploring Merida, Mexico

Until last year, I’d heard very little about Mérida, Mexico. exploring merida mexico Mérida is the capital of the Yucatan state of Mexico, and is the largest city on the Yucatan Peninsula, a region...

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more great mexican chocolate

Traditional chocolate in Mexico has always been coarse and less sweet than chocolate from other parts of the world. But that is changing. As I explained in this post featuring Que Bo! Chocolate from Mexico...