Mexico Today: "My Mexico" video featuring Cancun Canuck

Alternate blog title: "Look Ma, I'z on the Yoo Toob!"

Way back in June when I began working with the Mexico Today project, they asked me to be a part of a series of videos promoting the destination. I spent the day with an incredible film crew at Garrafon Park Isla Mujeres and met them once again for interviews in Oaxaca. I had SUCH a great time that I pretty much forgot that I was being filmed as I kayaked and zip lined and gazed dreamily out to sea. I've been awaiting the day we could see the finished product and here it is! 

While it's always strange to hear recordings of your own voice or see yourself on video, I am really pleased with the finished product and proud to be a part of the Mexico Today adventure. I believe that Mexico is a destination for EVERYONE, tourists and travellers, families and couples and singles, adventurers and laze-arounders, history buffs and foodies. While my focus is usually on Cancun and the Riviera Maya, the diversity of the country is astounding and I am excited to have the opportunity to discover even a small portion of what the rest of the country has to offer. My visit to Oaxaca in June was amazing and I have some exciting travel plans set up for October (more on that later!) My "Mexico Bucket List" is LONG, from the Copper Canyon to Guanajuato to Campeche, Chiapas, Veracruz....ok, really I could just add every state to the list because they each offer unique experiences in nature, culture, history and gastronomy to thrill the senses! It may take me a lifetime to see it all, but I've got the time....

The video above is part of a series, the other videos are just as lovely! Check out the Mexico Today Youtube page to see more!

I also invite you to become a fan of "A Canuck in Cancun" on Facebook, I would love to have you be a part of my community, the more, the merrier!

Marca País – Imagen de México, is a joint public and private sector initiative designed to help promote Mexico as a global business partner and an unrivaled tourist destination. This program is designed to shine a light on the Mexico that its people experience every day.

Disclosure: I am being compensated for my work in creating and managing content as a Contribtor for the México Today Program.All stories, opinions and passion for all things México shared here are completely my own.


Tina Winterlik said…
Cool, now I can see what cha look like. Looks like lots of fun. Can't wait to come visit again! :)
Mic said…
You're a great spokesperson for Mexico. Wish Max could have stuck his face in somewhere :-)
Heather said…
So thats what you sound like! Great job ad great video!
Croft said…
Great production Kelly! You have shown me a couple more things to do when we get there this winter! You're a natural!
Kelly, that came out really well. Good job!
Michael said…
Nice job on the video. Check us out across the channel on

CancunCanuck said…
Tina, hope you can get down south soon! :D

Mic, thanks so much! Max can make his own video, not letting him steal my thunder, haha! ;-)

Heather, like almost everyone, I really don't like hearing my own voice recorded, haha! Glad you liked the video.

Croft, the team that made the video is fantastic, they do a lot of work for the Discovery Channel, I was so pleased to work with them!

Michele, thanks amiga, it was great fun and we had an awesome production team.

Michael, thanks! Will check out your page....
Chicagotom said…
Excellent video and commentary Kelly. Now we can say that we know a movie star.

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