I believe each time I leave my home for a trip I will return a changed person. Sometimes I am more changed than others. Recently, I returned from my trip from Veracruz, Mexico and Cumbre TajÃn,( pronounced Coombray Taheen) the...Read More
Author: Kimberli Waack
Galleons with bellies bulging gold sailed from Mexico bound for Spain, but a staggering amount of gold stayed in Puebla de Los Angeles, one of the jewels in Colonial Spainâ€™s crown. When the city was designed by Bishop Julian...Read More
Itâ€™s another perfect spring afternoon and Iâ€™ve just been to the post office to send Motherâ€™s Day gifts. The American holiday will be falling on May 12th this year, but is always the second Sunday in May. This year Iâ€™ve...Read More
Vegas offers so many possibilities that itâ€™s difficult to land on one choice. There is a certain charm to this dilemma, which is really about how to make the most of a good thing without getting a toothache from its sweetness....Read More
The MÃ©xican state of Oaxaca (pronounced wah-HA-kah) doesnâ€™t just sound exotic to my ears, the name inspires thoughts of the mysterious and unusual. Located in Mexicoâ€™s deep south, the stateâ€™s name taken from a Nahautl...Read More
As I plan and dream about the places Iâ€™ll go and the people Iâ€™ll meet in 2008, I also reflect on the places, people and planning from this past year. I am realizing that as a traveler the sort of information I gather before...Read More
Talk to almost any local about England’s countryside and watch as a sweet glazed expression washes in, then my desire to visit ensues. Since I always want the fullest possible experience of any place I visit, I began to...Read More
This week, I had the opportunity to meet with members from the Sinaloan Tourist Board and must report that I left feeling unusually intrigued. When Iâ€™ve considered traveling to Mexico before I’ve wondered about those...Read More
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