Do you want to get away from it all with a trip south of the border? Could you use a break from the mind-numbing chore of following the same schedule, day after day? If you’ve never taken a breakation from daily life, then you’re missing out on a lifetime of relaxing memories.
James and Arlene came up with the term “breakation” to describe taking a break that’s shorter than a full-length vacation. People who live with a healthy balance of work and play are more productive. Does this describe your lifestyle?
If you’re interested in how you can enjoy a break from daily life then you’ll want to invest 30 minutes to listen to this edition of The Affiliate Buzz where your hosts James and Arlene Martell interview personal injury attorney Travis Black, who runs the website Mexico Resorts for Less.
Visiting Mexico is convenient, and not just for Americans. An article in The Globe and Mail Inc. reports that Canada and Mexico are working on new air travel measures to boost tourism between the two nations. This interview is an opportunity for you to learn how to plan your own Mexican vacation.
Get Out of the Office and Take a Breakation
The episode kicks off with Arlene sharing some of the places that she and James have enjoyed breakations. She describes some of the benefits of getting away, and James chimes in the average distance between their home and their typical breakation destinations.
Then Travis joins in the conversation as the topic turns to visiting resorts in Mexico. He shares which resorts company he visits, their locations, and how the geography there differs from anywhere else in the world.
If you put off taking a vacation, if it’s been years since your family got out of the area, then you’re missing out on an opportunity to increase your level of productivity.
What to Expect on Your Mexican Breakation
Next you’ll hear Travis, at the request of James, paint a picture of breakations to Mexico, starting with the moment your flight touches down. He explains more about the breathtaking resorts and some of the amenities guests enjoy while staying there. During the podcast you’ll also hear answers to these questions:
- Are any of the Mexican resorts all-inclusive?
- Do any of these resorts offer scuba diving?
- Can I play golf on my breakations to Mexico?
- What kind of discounts can I get receive?
- Does this require a timeshare presentation?
Now ask yourself two questions. Don’t you deserve to play as hard as you work? Are you ready to put the real world aside for breakations in Mexico? If you answered yes to either or both of these questions, then it’s time to plan your getaway.
What Breakations in Mexico Can Offer You
After a short break, James provides a real-time overview of the website, listing the different complimentary amenities that visitors to the resorts can enjoy. When compared to the rates that he and his family pay for these perks elsewhere, it’s obvious to see why breakations in Mexico are an obvious destination.
If you’ve never ventured beyond the southernmost border of the United States, then you’re not alone. Despite travelling around the world, James and Arlene have never been to Mexico. Travis takes a few moments to explain how visitors to the resorts spend their time, both on the property and off to nearby attractions.
All-inclusive resorts can help save a lot of money that you would otherwise spend on things like food, spa packages, and more. What’s stopping you from making plans to schedule breakations in Mexico to play as hard as you work?
The episode wraps up with James making a price comparison between paying for a full week elsewhere, including places he and Arlene have visited in the past, and taking advantage of the special offered in this podcast.
Are You Ready to Schedule Breakations in Mexico?
Do you want to get away from it all? Are you ready to enjoy all the benefits of an all-inclusive resort in Mexico? Take half an hour to listen to the entire podcast now. Then if you have questions about how to take a breakation, or stories to share about how you get away from it all, we’d love to hear about it in the section below.
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