Category Archives: Travel etiquette

Mexico City bans use of plastic bags. Could the Riviera Maya?

From an article by Nacha Cattan posted on The News: Mexico City’s Assembly on Tuesday passed a ban on all plastic bags at grocery stores and supermarkets. The ban will go into effect in one year, giving the plastic industry

Mexico City bans use of plastic bags. Could the Riviera Maya?

From an article by Nacha Cattan posted on The News: Mexico City’s Assembly on Tuesday passed a ban on all plastic bags at grocery stores and supermarkets. The ban will go into effect in one year, giving the plastic industry

Watch your plastic (bags and bottles, that is, not the credit card)

A common site along the Mexican Caribbean when snorkeling, diving, or just swimming on the surface. Photo by Gavin Parsons, Greenpeace, from the Marine Photobank. Though Charles Moore’s presentation focuses on the Pacific Ocean, plastic punctuates beaches throughout the Caribbean.

Watch your plastic (bags and bottles, that is, not the credit card)

A common site along the Mexican Caribbean when snorkeling, diving, or just swimming on the surface. Photo by Gavin Parsons, Greenpeace, from the Marine Photobank. Though Charles Moore’s presentation focuses on the Pacific Ocean, plastic punctuates beaches throughout the Caribbean.

Traveller’s crash course on tipping

From an article by Ron Pradinuk in the Winnipeg Free Press: Confusion regarding tipping at all-inclusive resorts, as well as in countries around the world, leads to numerous questions to me on a regular basis from travellers. There is no

Traveller’s crash course on tipping

From an article by Ron Pradinuk in the Winnipeg Free Press: Confusion regarding tipping at all-inclusive resorts, as well as in countries around the world, leads to numerous questions to me on a regular basis from travellers. There is no