Mexico Travel Diary

It’s Been A Decade

To celebrate a decade of marriage, my husband and I planned a trip. We both agreed that we didn’t want to celebrate without our son and because jet lag was not part of the plan, we chose to fly to Mexico.


Grand Sunset Princess

The resort was located in Riviera Maya and from the moment I entered, I was in LOVE. This resort was exactly what I expected it to be, and then some. The beauty, cleanliness and ambiance was mesmerizing. The weather was EVERYTHING, especially for us Canadians hailing from -3 temperatures.

Lets not forget how incredible the food was. My husband, son and I are all very picky, and so I was extra impressed with the fact that we had 12 restaurants to choose from β€” all of which offered different international cuisines.


As we were travelling with a toddler, I wanted a family friendly resort and the Grand Sunset Princess was just that.Β The resort was fully equipped with everything we needed, and there was really no need to leave β€” although we did leave to go shopping in the city and went on tour to Xenses Park, (where physics, gravity and logic don’t apply) which was quite the experience!

ZayFish SpaXenses

Back at the resort, there were a handful of helpful services (especially for parents), such as a doctor on-call 24/7, babysitting services at $15 USD/Hr, and a entirely separate family/kids club which Zayan really enjoyed!

Our trip was a huge success. All we planned to do was relax and enjoy our time together (just the three of us), and I have to say, mission accomplished! The memories made will be remembered forever.


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