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You don’t find a lot of places like Mukan anymore. Where you can take in the full spread of the solar system from the side of a bioluminescent lagoon, unspoiled by the aura of a frantic nearby interstate. Where the strains of a gentle surf mingling with the sonata of nesting songbirds is never shattered by the sound of leaf blowers or chainsaws. A place of blissful isolation, where you can live out your Robinson Crusoe fantasies between white sand beaches and a sacred Mayan biosphere brimming with fish and the occasional crocodile or manatee. We had, in fact, been cautioned that Mukan may not be what we were looking for. A city-based couple with a baby daughter attached at the hip, we were notified more than once that, in fact, there wasn’t a whole lot more than a beautiful beach. In other words, exactly what we were looking for
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