Playa Viva Featured in VIA (AAA) Road Journals
Writer Jamie Stringfellow struggles with passive vs. active vacations, what do you think?
Relaxing Vacations: Everyone Comes Around Eventually
Posted on February 17, 2011 by Jamie Stringfellow
When traveling, one should partake in things that make a destination distinctive. I’ve even gone so far as to defend active travel at VIAmagazine.com
. But there are places that make me just want to sit and stare at the sea.
Maybe with a margarita.
A couple months ago I went to Playa Viva
, an intimate new eco resort an hour south of Zihuatanejo, Mexico. I was looking forward to strolling miles up the beach, to paddling a kayak along the inland waterway, taking art supplies we’d brought to some local schools, and learning to make tamales.
Then I arrived, and was handed one of Playa Viva’s basil margaritas
, made with organic herbs grown in their own permaculture fields.
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