Back in February, my good friend Daniel Diaz asked me if I would join him on an adventure to the East coast of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, for a Wedding at Hacienda Uayamon. This Hacienda is one of the most stunning places I’ve seen. It is a 16th Century Spanish Hacienda, which was abandoned about 100 years ago, and left in a state of elegant decay that can only be compared to a place like Venice, Italy. It has recently been taken over and converted into a “Luxury Collection” property with Starwood Hotels & Resorts.
Needless to say, I jumped at the opportunity, and the rest is history. I had a great time with Sandi + Alex, along with their incredible families and friends from Mexico and France. I originally thought that my broken Canadian French might be a bit helpful with half of the wedding party coming from France, but it turns out that Marseilles French is even more difficult for me to understand than Quebec French. I think they at least appreciated the effort.
Here are some of the highlights from both myself and Daniel…it was a really fun few days!