Mexico Riche LAUNCH!

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Join guest food blogger Nettie Z and me on our first luxury tour of The Yucatan Peninsula starting 25th May 2014 on the glamorous Riviera Maya.

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Day 1 – Sunday, May 25, 2014

Arrive at Aeropuerto Cancun and get whisked out of the hustle and bustle to the serenity of The Riviera Maya. Check in:  Esencia  A Seaside Estate, Xpu-Ha. 8.00pm:  Brent & Nettie host drinks and canapes.

Day 2 – Monday, May 26, 2014

Hotel:  Esencia A Seaside Estate, Xpu-Ha. It’s all about you today… just luxuriate at the spa, poolside or in a cabana on the beach. So you know, the lunch menu at Esencia consists of over 13 different Ceviche dishes + Margarita = Heaven.

Day 3 – Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Hotel:  Esencia A Seaside Estate, Xpu-Ha. Join Brent & Nettie for an afternoon at the chic seaside town of Tulum, we’ll do lunch at Coqui Coqui… don’t forget to pick up a fragrant something after visiting their unique perfumeria.

Day 4 – Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Check out:  Esencia A Seaside Estate, Xpu-Ha. Our licensed guide will whirl you around the must see ancient Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, the world-famous Castillo, a pyramid recently declared one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World”. Join Brent & Nettie for lunch and a dip in an exotic Cenote at Xocempich, an experience exclusive to Mexico Riche guests Check in:  Hacienda Temozon Sur, Temozon. A 17th C sisal hacienda, impeccably restored with the best striped tile detail in Mexico… not to mention the beautifully landscaped gardens and if you’re up for it, a donkey ride around the property for kicks.

Day 5 – Thursday, May 29, 2014

Hotel:  Hacienda Temozon Sur, Temozon. If you thought Chichen Itza was incredible wait till you see Uxmal another important ancient Mayan City. Surprise, surprise… Brent & Nettie have got lunch sorted at the exotic Hacienda Xocnaceh steeped in history and style… sound familiar?

Day 6 – Friday, May 30, 2014

Check out:  Hacienda Temozon Sur, Temozon. After lunch we’ll venture to Merida… think Mexico meets Paris. Check in:  Casa Lecanda, Merida. Before you can say “Hola”, the house cocktail, a tamarindo margarita will materialise… careful they’re addictive. 6.00pm:  Brent & Nettie host drinks and dinner on the rooftop with a few notables from Merida’s high society.

Day 7 – Saturday, May 31, 2014

Hotel:  Casa Lecanda, Merida. We’ll have a little wander around town.

Day 8 – Sunday, June 1, 2014

Hotel:  Casa Lecanda, Merida. Off to the produce markets we go… Our chef needs the ingredients to show us how to prepare a delicious Yucatean delight for lunch at Hacienda Tekik de Regil, another experience exclusive to Mexico Riche guests. It’s hot work so a little swim in the private pool might be in order.

Day 9 – Monday, June 2, 2014

Check out:  Casa Lecanda, Merida. Fasten your seat belts we’re leaving on a big jet plane for the glitz and glamour of Mexico City… we’ll be there before you can finish your Bloody Mary and in time for lunch or a wander around.  Check in:  Condesa DF, Mexico City.

Day 10 – Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Hotel:  Condesa DF, Mexico City. There are a million and one things you can do… hungry for more pyramids? Museums? A hair do?  Mani, Pedi?  Ask Brent & Nettie and they can deliver, within reason of course!

Day 11 – Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Hotel:  Condesa DF, Mexico City. Think we need to get out of town… a must see baroque 16th C church built on a pyramid at Cholula is on the agenda.Then Brent & Nettie will wine and dine you in Puebla at La Purificadora  where you must have the regional delicacy Chile en Nogada. Whilst we’re walking off lunch pick up a Talavera pottery piece or two.

Day 12 – Thursday, June 5, 2014

Check out:  Condesa DF, Mexico City.

Time to sadly say “Adios” your departure awaits… until our next trip!

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