When is the best time to visit Mexico’s Caribbean coast (i.e., Cancún and Isla Mujeres?) According to U.S. News & World Report Travel, that would be now–or as they say in Spanish, ¡ahora!
We’re in our peak season. While the crowds of laidback beachcombers and after-sunset fun seekers are a tad heavier, you can’t ask for more perfect weather–a temperature average of just over 80 degrees F!
Bring your laptop for the ultimate telecommuting experience
If telecommuting is one of your work options, you might want to consider a truly ideal working vacation at Privilege Aluxes. Hook into our free Wi-Fi, fire up your Skype and stay in touch.
Here’s a suggested working vacation schedule
7 a.m. – Rise and shine! Don’t feel like leaving for breakfast? Call down to the 24-hour room service and see what’s cooking.
8 a.m. – Take a morning constitutional run/jog/walk/saunter (depending on your level of energy) along Playa del Norte. Take a deep breath, and have a good look. You are in un paraíso de los trabajadores , amigo–that would be a worker’s paradise in any language.
9 a.m. – After a rejuvenating soak in your room’s private spa tub, it’s time to log on so you can be sure to stay in constant contact with the boss in the Frozen North. As a flexible scheduler, for you the adage that “no news is good news” doesn’t apply here. Stay in constant touch.
12 p.m.-1 p.m. – Time for a lunch break. You’ve had a productive morning, but it’s time to tear yourself away from the computer. Get out and ask around about some of the best places to eat.
1 p.m.-5 p.m. – Continuar el trabajo. (You get the continuar part. Trabajo means “work,” which you may have figured out from our use of trajabadores in the 8 a.m. entry.) Notice how the sea breeze and salt air just makes you twice as productive? You might as well knock off early and go find a cold drink. You are in one of the most places in the world, and you’ve earned that reward with all that hard work today!
OK, enough about work. To continue your quick Spanish lesson, after work is the time to start the vacation part and see why–to continue your impromptu Spanish lesson– a hora es la mejor época para visitar México.