viernes, 4 de marzo de 2011

Springbreak in Cancun

Spring break in cancun

Party All Night

After watching a beautiful sunset on the beach the night is up and it's time to get more daring clothes to visit the best clubs in Mexico's party-hearty hot spot, plus tripping down the Mayan riviera for extreme activities.
That's what characterizes Cancun and the Riviera Maya, a place fullfilled with gorgeous white sandy beaches where thousends of students decide to spend their vacations where alcohol drugs and sex are expressed to the fullest.

Spring Break History of Today

Hundreds of thousands of students make the annual trek to a more Southern latitude in search of all-night parties, sandy beaches, and lots of fellow college students. While awareness of alcohol abuse has increased, and alcohol advertisements are more tame, there is still plenty of partying to be found at any major Spring Break hot spot.
Along with the rise of Spring Break has come the all-inclusive travel package.

Several tour companies now specialize in these packages. Such packages usually feature quad-occupancy of a hotel room combined with opportunities for two meals a day and up to 50 hours of free drinks throughout the week. Special theme parties and admissions are common place at bars and nightclubs that cater to Spring Break crowds.

Spring Break Party

Cancun is by far the number one Spring Break destination in the World. During the springtime, thousands of students forget about books and exams heading to Cancun for a week or two of partying and drinking excess. And with Mexico's relaxed drinking laws and the amazing hotels and resorts in Cancun hotel zone and Riviera Maya.
Although primarily an American tradition, in recent years youngsters from around the globe have caught Spring Break fever, people from Europe, the UK and even as far away as Australia all head down to Cancun for what has been described as an extremely wild party where everything not only can just happend IT HAPPENDS.

There is no comparisson in any of the Latin America countries, when it comes to nightlife and partying there's only one place to be: Cancun. The nightclubs are out of this world. And as glamorous as the Miami city. The cover charge nearly always includes an open bar so you can drink the night away surrounded by thousands of party goers all looking for a crazy night out, just like you. Some of the clubs hold as many as 4,000 people and during Spring Break you really are in for a treat because Spring Break in Cancun means the big name artists in town. The likes of Fergie, P Diddy, 50 Cent and more have all ventured down here to entertain the crowds during Spring Break and make sure the party never stops jumping.

After a crazy night, Cancun has the perfect cure for a hangover. If you are staying on the Hotel Zone then during the day sleep off your headache on the fine white sands or take a refreshing swim in the warm waters of the turquoise blue Caribbean Sea. A Bloody Mary and a dip in the pool and you'll be ready for another night on the town. You haven't really experienced Spring Break until you've tried Spring Break in Cancun!


Spring Break History

Like so much in our world, Spring Break originated with the ancient Greeks. As winter would lessen its chill, and thoughts turned to regeneration, rejuvenation, and new birth, Athens's elders noticed that the young people became particularly frolicsome.

Socrates then proposed, and the Greeks adopted, a wild rite to welcome Spring and allow young people to vent their ingrained urges… and Spring Break was born. Immediately thereafter were heard the first complaints that these strange new rites were destructive of morals and caused undue hardship upon the local residents of the seaside towns in which the festivals were held.
Those making these complaints were quickly rounded up and stoned. A variation of this practice occurs to this day.
In the Middle Ages, after Christianity's triumph over paganism, it was determined that Spring Break should end. There followed many years of turmoil.
Every Spring it would take armed bands of monks and papal legates to stop young people from partying like it was 999.
Then, in 1237, St. Adledkopf proposed a solution- what if the Church co-opted Spring Break? Taking the uninhibited, riotous celebration that Spring Break had become, and turning it into something mannered and decent, alas, turned out to be a pipe-dream.
All attempts at substituting good fellowship and worship for drunken bonhomie and cheap thrills failed.
Other than Mardi Gras in New Orleans, America never really caught the Spring Break bug… until the First World War, when American Doughboys serving in France watched, wide-eyed with wonder, as the Europeans would temporarily halt Spring Offensives, and instead, party.
Miraculously, scantily clad women would appear over the trenches, dancing and prancing about like nymphs… unfortunately, it was discovered that many, if not most, of these "ladies" were in fact men. America's farm boys and day laborers were horrified, and therefore made the phrase "Show us your tits!" a Spring Break staple (which has since been adopted by Mardi Gras).

Drunk Spring Break

From 1929 to 1959 America was too busy with a Great Depression, another World War, and the reconstruction of much of the world to seriously party during Spring Break.

It wasn't until the 1960's became "the swinging Sixties" that America truly took to Spring Break. Baby Boomers flocked to the beach in Detroit steel, eager to forget the War, social progress, and exams… and get drunk and get laid. Spring Break was back! It was during this heyday that a particularly bad Spring Break ritual was begun. Locals called it "balcony diving." Drunk Spring Breakers would climb and swing from balcony to balcony on multi-storied hotel towers, looking for a party or a partner. Many fell to their deaths. Unfortunately, every year or two, some student finds the idea appealing and makes a terrible mistake.

Spring Break improved dramatically in the Eighties. In a decade that glorified over-consumption, a yearly event that reveled in sex, drugs and drink was a sure-fire hit.

More students than ever broke the bank, or their parents pocketbooks, and hustled a ride south. Moralists countered by offering planned activities- sporting events, dive trips, scavenger hunts, even church services. No one noticed.

Breakers in the Nineties eased up a bit on the over-indulgence, but just a bit. Superclubs, MTV, and corporate sponsors livened things up with concerts, shows, and give-aways.. but the Breaker's focus remained the same- get drunk and get laid.

The presence of so many television and video cameras during Spring Break meant two things… somebody was going to get naked, and somebody else would bitch about it.

A few nationally spotlighted cases, and Panama City Beach and Spring Break were savaged in the media. Savvy locals knew what that meant… even more Breakers next year!

And there you have it, the history of Spring Break. An honorable rite of ancient origin, one that you should proudly proclaim your part in, and whose traditions you should do your utmost to uphold.

1 comentario:

  1. Thank you for all your tips. And the pictures of the girls, they are hot.