Here are some websites we visit frequently:
Chuck and Jerri Rang's Home Page. The Rangs live in New Richmond. We've known them since the late '70's. Despite his manic fixation on Macintosh computers, Chuck's a pretty good guy and his help with creating web pages has proven invaluable. Also worth mentioning…Chuck just added a great Quicktime VR movie (360 degree panorama) taken in the woods at his cabin near Cable, WI. Be sure to check it out. He also has a link for downloading Quicktime should you need it. Guess those Macs are good for some things!
Hotel Club Akumal Caribe - Villas Mayas. This is the site which introduces you to one of the nicest places we've found to vacation.
Bill In Tulsa. Now here's a guy who really knows the Riviera Maya. Lots of links, reservations for accommodations, trip reports, and a message board appear on this site. Very valuable for those who plan to vacation in this best-of-all-places!
Alwaysakumal. This is another site where one may find information and pictures of the Akumal area.
LocoGringo. Pretty much everything you would like to know about Caribbean Mexico can be found here: lodging, features, a wonderful forum, trip reports, things to do. All in one convenient location run by some of the nicest people around. They even live in Akumal!
My Beach Board. All right...I do go to a lot of message boards about my favorite place. This is another great place.
The CARM Board. Yet another great message board, about Cancun and Riviera Maya. Definately worth looking at.
Americans This is a radio essay on Americans. This essay was written by Gordon Sinclair on 06/05/1973 and broadcast on CFRB radio the same day. Note: you must have RealAudio installed to play the essay.
The KTIS website. Information about our favorite radio station, broadcasting from Northwestern College in St. Paul, MN.
The Promise Keepers website. Information about the organization, upcoming events, products, etc.
Scubamom. This site has some nice GIF files and animations, one of which appears at the head of our Mexico Pictures page and also at the AlwaysAkumal site.
More to come.