Average Lifestyle rating: C (range from D- to A-) At the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula on the “Flamingo Coast” is a string of small fishing communities. Beginning at Chuburna and running east on Carreterra 27 for about 50 kilometers to Telchac Puerto, these villages vary in size and modernity. Progreso, largest of them, has a […]
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