Kleeneze Incentive for 2017 is the International Conference in Mexico

Kleeneze Incentive – MEXICO

It’s absolutely fabulous, I just had to share with you all I’ve just had the call from Michael Khatkar saying “G’ster you’ve qualified for Mexico” (kleeneze incentive)

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Mexico is on the  Kleeneze incentive programme for 2017.  Fabulous, 5 stars and soaked in luxury. I’m so excited!

Chocolate, Chihuahuas and chillies,  what’s NOT to like about Mexico?   If none of those tickle my  fancy, then i’ve got sugary white sands. Calm crystal turquoise water, dazzling sunshine and unlimited luxury!

As unveiled at the Kleeneze New Year Showcase. The Destination for 2017 (Kleeneze incentive) is Mexico.   Officially called the United Mexican States. There are many reasons that this incredible country is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Of course, we’re not going to visit it like anyone else, though – we’re doing it Kleeneze style!

I’ll be staying in what I believe one of the best resorts in Mexico. Secrets Akumal is at the heart of the Riviera Maya. I’ll be staying in a luxury guest suite with a private terrace or balcony, en-suite Jacuzzi and complimentary mini bar.

Kleeneze Incentive – Mexico

Kleeneze IncentiveIf I can drag myself away from all of that, there are also three sparkling pools. A white sandy beach, open-air theatre and eight gourmet restaurants awaits me.

That should be plenty to reenergise me. I’ll also have the opportunity to take part in one of the many adventures, from – windsurfing, snorkelling, sailing or even Euro-bungee!

Or if I prefer to keep my feet on dry land, there’s Yoga, cocktail classes and even dance lessons to keep you entertained!

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Weird & wonderful facts about Mexico!

It has a tiny volcano It has the world’s smallest volcano – Cuexcomate. Measuring just 43 feet, it technically is a geyser and it’s extinct. Which is just as well as they’ve built metal spiral staircase that allows tourists to descend into the excavated interior of the structure. It’s sinking. Not the whole country – just Mexico City (not that this is much better).

The City was built thousands of years ago on a lake and, as a result, it sinks almost 10 inches per year!  They’re a bit particular about the National Anthem. They mean business when it comes to the Mexican National Anthem. There are many law articles that cite how you should properly perform and honour the national anthem. If you go against this, you could find yourself slapped with a hefty fine and having to apologise. A lot.

The history of hot chocolate. Hot chocolate wasn’t just a treat after sledding in Mexico (not entirely sure how much sledding would have taken place anyway). The creamy drink originated from this country. One of the original Aztec leaders, Montezuma II, kept a huge storehouse of cacao and guzzled 50 golden goblets of chocolate a day,  for health reasons, you understand. No one of Mexican origin drinks tequila like Michael Khatkar In Mexico.  The most traditional way to drink tequila is neat, without lime and salt. It is popular in some regions to drink fine tequila with a side of Sangrita – a sweet, sour and spicy drink made from orange juice, grenadine and hot chiles.