If you were looking for heaven and found Guanajuato you wouldn’t be far off. Matter of fact, you might like it so much your journey could end right there.
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Don’t be dismayed when you first approach Puebla. At first glance it appears to simply be another large city. The real charm lies in the downtown district. Make your way to the zócolo and spend your time there...
12 August 2010
Kuna Yala, also known as San Blas, these 365 plus islands offer crystal clear blue-green waters, tiny, palm tree lined white sand islands and a traditional, strong willed people, the Kuna, who fiercely cling to their traditions and customs.
11 August 2010
Mendoza is an excellent destination for food lovers. The food is fresh, local, unique, and downright tasty, which give the restaurants found here world acclaim. There are a number of cafes in Mendoza that provide good coffee and sweets while allowing you to take in the views of the Andes.
09 August 2010
São Paulo is one of the biggest cities in the world, good for restaurants, shopping malls, clubs and bars. It is a city that never stops. You can always eat anywhere; it has a high level of international food, high-class health care and good hotels.
07 August 2010
Buenos Aires residents, or “Portenos,” as they’re locally known, have a passion for following Europe’s architectural trends. As you explore the city, you will see a number of buildings that suggest influence from many other European cities including Belgium, Rome and Paris.
05 August 2010
In the last few years, Mexico’s reputation has taken a downward turn as stories of drug cartels, a corrupt police force and sky-high homicide rates are splashed across the media. However, discarding Mexico as an unsafe, crime-ridden destination because of these reports would be like writing-off the entire United States because of high crime rates [...]
05 August 2010
You may be able to find Starbucks at every corner, but don’t be surprised if you also spot an indigenous couple walking barefoot down a main highway. Mexico City is a fast-paced, colorful, textured, rich urban hot spot. It is chock full of amazing museums, art, music, delectable food, traditional dances and events, soccer stadiums and fans and breathtaking architecture.
29 July 2010
Cancun has a reputation as a spring break favorite fun-loving college students, but Cancun offers much more than tequila shots, wet t-shirt contests, and all night partying. In fact, Cancun is home to some of Mexico's most luxurious and memorable all-inclusive resorts and plenty of important historical sites, making it the perfect spot to spend a week with your significant other and learn about Mexican history and culture.
28 July 2010
Tourism in Colombia is growing exponentially as the security situation continues to improve and international travelers recognize Colombia’s potential as an important eco-tourism destination. Colombia has 49 national parks or nationally-protected areas, although it’s best to stick to to those in well-traveled and well-secured areas.
23 July 2010
In Bogota, I've found that most of the nicer gyms charge as much, if not more, than they do back home, but if you sign up for six or twelve months, you can often get up to a 50% discount, and services such as a personal trainer and spa and beauty treatments are cheaper.
22 July 2010
Bogota is kind of like New York, with its thousands of cafes, restaurants, museums, attractions, and hotels. Just throw in extra pollution, weirder architecture, some crappy sidewalks, a bit of subdued Latin flair and you’ve got Colombia’s capital city.