The New York Post reports the adventure and luxury experienced at Vivo Resorts in Oaxaca, Mexico.
A Winter Olympian is behind your next stay in sunny southern Mexico
At age 29, after suffering a nasty third concussion during his decade-long career as a professional skier, two-time Canadian Olympian Cary Mullen quit the national team per doctors’ orders.
He couldn’t even remember the alphabet.
But when your entire life philosophy is based on a single letter, who needs those other pesky 25, anyway? “Oaxaca taught me the five Fs: family, food, faith, fun and fiesta,” muses Mullen — now 48 and founder and president of Vivo Resorts — over dinner at his property’s poolside restaurant.
Oaxaca, a state deep in southern Mexico, is where the Calgary-born/still-residing, married (and, thankfully, fully recovered) father of three first began his condo project in 2010. Lying in near seclusion right outside the pint-sized town of Puerto Escondido, Vivo is now a fully operational seven-towered, gated community-hotel hybrid (from $140/night).
Read the full article online at nypost.com
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