And here it is the DIY project that I made.
I used a A5 format for the sheets. I bought ink for my printer.
I selected photos from internet, other mines which I made when I was in Riviera Maya.
I also bought a bow with the same colour of the invitations. I made two holes and use the bows to put together the sheets so people could read it as a "book/notebook". This has 16 sheets in total.
Here I am uploading some of the pages.
This is the first page ("Viaje" means travel). I write all the information about the characteristic of the travel, which is included at the cost of the travel (in that moment we did not have yet the specific cost) such as flight, shuttle bus, standard rooms, number of nights, all inclusive...
This is other page, we had several guests that loves sports and our resort includes a lot of these. So I considered important to introduce this information as well. "Instalaciones deportivas" means "Sportive facilities".
Other page that contains info about swimming pools and entertainment (disco, activities, shows at the theatres, etc)
I also wrote info about the Spa because it is considered one of the 3 bests of the whole Caribbean and all the information about the buffets, bars and restaurants. I also added information about the long trousers for men at a la carte restaurants.
We wanted that people was not confused about what was included at the travel cost and what not. For this reason, one of the pages is dedicated to this "external services not included at the cost" is but means the title.
We wanted as well to have the touch of introducing information about what to visit in the Riviera Maya. We introduced information about Playa del Carmen, Xcaret, Xel-ha, the mayan ruins, etc...
(For example, this pic from Chichen is mine, beautiful place, isn't it?)
This is another page with interesting details like: the time difference, voltage (in Europe we use another so we suggest to bring transformers, distances to the principal interesting places and suggestions like buy a high solar cream protection and a spray for Caribbean mosquitos that you can find at pharmacies).
And this below it is the back cover or back page. I toke this with my camera in one visit to a mayan ruins.