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    Ah, we were in QR in February, though just a bit farther south in Akumal. Definitely an explosion of color. Most inspiring to me was our resort's jungle growing inside their ring of guest room buildings. It was great to walk through on the way to the beach or restaurant and left me hungering for more tall stuff in my garden.

    It was fairly developed where we stayed in Cancun, and the landscapes were a bit more manicured and neutral than I had hoped. Nick was disappointed in the drive to Chichen Itza, as he wanted the kind of jungle you're describing. But the plants around the cenote we went swimming in were wonderfully jungle-y. Helped me understand why so many clients ask for tropical-inspired designs.


    I can see why you were inspired.

    March is such a busy time of the year for me, that I didn't want to go. But I'm so glad I did! I definitely needed the mental break. Thanks for commenting!


    I spent a blissful week on Isla Mujeres about 14 years ago. What fun! Your pictures bring back memories.

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    I've been there too and I agree to your writing. My favorite there is the signage. Yeah, its a small part, but I love the way they do it.

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