Asociación of Vecinos de Akumal Norte A.C. Email:[email protected] Mexican Land Line: 984-875-9096, Mexican Cell: 984-801-6371 A lot has happened in the past two weeks. Tulum’s governing administration has renewed the legal document recognizing Vecinos de Akumal Norte as the legal representatives of Akumal Norte. In addition, Vecinos has been commended [……]
Info about our Library’s summer program, running 18 July – 11 August.
Wow–Best of the Best , June 2017 was a fun event for Akumal locals and guests alike. Great weather, surprise drawings, super drinks, and ever-interesting conversations made this event another stand-out. As you know, local restaurants award winners in the three categories (Best Shirt, Best Sandals, and Best Clever T-Shirt) [……]
Flash !!! All the FAKE NEWS that’s fit to print!!! If you don’t read it here, it’s not the real Fake News! ⇒ Rumor has it that Gabriella Herbert is running for president of Tulum and because of her immense popularity will be a shoe-in. ⇒ Government officials in Playa del [……]
Plumerias (commonly called frangipanis) are considered by to be the most beautiful and fragrant trees in the plant world. They are all natives of the New World tropics. The word plumeria connotes perfume. The genus consists of 7 species and over 200 named varieties. From their native habitat in the [……]
18 June — in Mexico & the U.S.
As our readers know, our motto is “Good things to Know.” This new section is called “Good Akumal Peeps to Know,” and we hope you will enjoy it. Many of you know Shaleen Day, Wendell’s daughter. Shaleen has recently made Akumal Pueblo her home, leaving a stressful job in Oklahoma and [……]
Akumal’s Kentucky Derby was celebrated May 6th at Turtle Bay Bakery and Café with rousing success. Akumal joins with so many others world-wide who focus on Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky for the “greatest two minutes in sports,” the Kentucky Derby, which is a horse race for 3-year olds that [……]
The following essay is a guest contribution from Randy Fry of Randy’s Planet. The first time it happened I didn’t know what the heck was going on. For some reason the jays were having a great time working the leaf litter down at ground level instead of raising their ruckus [……]