Sanará, which means “you will heal” in Spanish, is a luxury eco-boutique in the Riviera Maya, situated on one of the world’s most beautiful beach fronts, overlooking the crystal clear, bright blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Harper’s Bazaar voted Sanará Hotel the third best hotel in the entire world, and it’s easy to see why. From immersive yoga lessons by the sea to transformative, holistic and adaptogenic food from their award winning restaurant The Real Coconut, Sanará Hotel has everything one needs for a relaxing, healing retreat.
All of the places I’ve explored this past year, and my favorite photographs (or two) from each destination, along with the ability to purchase prints and bring home a piece of our beautiful world.
Grand Central Market has just about everything one could want, from fresh pressed organic juice and vegan ramen to fresh baked breads, freshly shucked oysters, fine cheeses, hot meals and groceries from around the world. There are also regular movie and game nights, and they have a wide collection of eclectic neon signs on the walls and in front of or above each vendor.
Hotel Walloon was the perfect place to spend a long weekend away, and we had an absolutely wonderful time relaxing, reconnecting, and enjoying the scenery. We spent the Sunday before we departed lounging around the hotel, taking last minute photos, playing board games by the fireplace, and relaxing by the lake.