Cancun registration

With its warmth of spirit, as well as temperature, Cancun welcomed TBEX attendees to sample its hospitality and culture during a week of TBEX activities and events. Whether you did it all, filling your schedule with as many activities as possible, or enjoyed a slower pace from a hammock or by the pool, we hope you leave TBEX with new friendships, deeper knowledge, opportunities aplenty, and maybe a few selfies.

We want to know what you thought about TBEX Cancun. If you write a blog post about the conference itself, one of the sessions or speakers, about an activity or trip, or just about what you discovered in the Cancun area, we want to know about it. This post will serve as a list of links to stories coming out of TBEX Cancun. Although we try to keep an eye out for the stories, you can help us out by emailing your link to Mary Jo or Stevie (no need to send to both) and we’ll get it added to the post. Or, you can leave your link in the comments and we’ll add it to the post and then delete the comment.

A big thanks go out to our hosts, Cancun CVB and Moon Palace Resort, for making our time in Cancun so enjoyable. Hasta luego, Cancun, we look forward to seeing you again.

And thanks to all of you for coming to TBEX North America 2014. We hope to see you again next year!

  1. TBEX Cancun – The North America Travel Blogger Conference – Andrea on Vacation
  2. Interview:  Dr. Martha Honey on Ecotourism, Dolphin Tours, and Bloggers – Green Global Travel
  3. TBEX Takeaways – Just Cherished
  4. Mexican History at Xcaret Park – Adventures of the Repatriate
  5. Moon Palace in Cancun for TBEX 2014 – Johnny Jet
  6. Postcard from Moon Palace Hotel, Cancun – Traveling with MJ
  7. Highlights from TBEX Cancun – Travel Blog Success
  8. Stunning Street Art on Isla Holbox – Exploring the Blue Marble
  9. Opening with TBEX in Xcaret Mexico Spectacular – Tales of a Traveler with a Backpack
  10. A TBEX First Timer’s Recap – Turner PR
  11. TBEX 2014, Cancun, Mexico:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Marginal Boundaries
  12. Xoximilco – Experience an Evening of Mexican Fiesta – A Brit and a Southerner
  13. Moon Palace Cancun:  Is an All-Inclusive My Best Option – Thriftista
  14. 10+ Things I Learned At TBEX Cancun From 12+ Interactions/Observations – Travel Blogger 101
  15. 5 Things I Learned as a TBEX Newbie – Adventures of the Repatriate
  16. TBEX North America 2014 – Kim on a Whim
  17. TBEX Lessons Learned and to Share – Valerie and Valise
  18. Business and Pleasure in Cancun at the TBEX Travel Bloggers’ Conference – The Practical Nomad
  19. TBEX is Love Made Visible – Nicholas Andriani
  20. A Memorable and Unforgettable Day of Adventure at Xenotes Oasis Maya Cancun – Traveling Well for Less
  21. Floating Down an Underground, Secret River in Mexico – Gypsy Nester
  22. TBEX Organizers Request Cancellation of Captive Dolphin Tours for Cancun Travel Media Event in Support of Sustainability and Animal Rights Advocacy –  Via Papera
  23. TBEX Short but Sweet – What am I still doing in Cancun?
  24. TBEX Cancun: A Newbie’s Perspective – The Everyday Journey
  25. What I learned at my First TBEX – A Week at the Beach
  26. Floating Down an Underground, Secret River in Mexico – Gypsy Nester
  27. Snorkeling with the Largest Fish in the Ocean: the Whale Shark – Living the Dream
  28. Moon Palace Resort, Cancun – Carmen’s Travel Tips
  29. Encuentro en Xcaret con Blogueros – TBEX Cancun – Luiser de la Garza (Autoplay video in Spanish)
  30. Swimming with Whale Sharks in Cancun Mexico – Pint Sized Pilot
  31. My Amazing Cancun Experience – Vanilla Sky Dreaming
  32. Is it the Destination or the Experience – Vanilla Sky Dreaming
  33. Moon Palace Resort & Spa Review – Vanilla Sky Dreaming
  34. My Cancun Tour of Xenotes – The Lazy Travelers Handbook
  35. Understanding Mexican Culture through Xcaret Mexico Espectacular – The Girl and the Globe
  36. CasaSandra:  A Boutique Hotel on Isla Holbox – Exploring the Blue Marble
  37. 5 Reasons You Should Attend TBEX – Mags on the Move
  38. TBEX Cancun 2014 – De Paseo
  39. Street Food:  Eating Our Way Through Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula – GypsyNester
  40. Impressions on My First TBEX:  Knowledge and Fun – EcoColors Blog
  41. IZEA Takes on TBEX in Cancun – IZEA
  42. How to Grade Dolphinarium Facilities – Green Global Travel
  43. Swimming and Snorkeling with Sea Turtles in Akumal, Mexico – Wanderlust & Lipstick
  44. 5 Things I Learned at my First TBEX Travel Blogger Conference – Adventures of the Repatriate
  45. My Thoughts on TBEX Cancun – Globe Totting
  46. Poseidon’s Adventure: Cancun’s Underwater Museum – Points and Travel
  47. Gliding through Hidden Worlds:  Riviera Maya – Points and Travel
  48. Foodie Heaven:  Benazuza, Cancun – Points and Travel
  49. AllTOURnative Coba Maya Experience tour: Zip-lining, Rappeling, and Climbing – The Every Day Journey
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