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 Tajín,( 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 Spain’s crown. When the city was designed by Bishop Julian...Read More
It’s another perfect spring afternoon and I’ve just been to the post office to send Mother’s Day gifts. The American holiday will be falling on May 12th this year, but is always the second Sunday in May. This year I’ve sent...Read More
Vegas offers so many possibilities that it’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 Méxican state of Oaxaca (pronounced wah-HA-kah) doesn’t just sound exotic to my ears, the name inspires thoughts of the mysterious and unusual. Located in Mexico’s deep south, the state’s name taken from a Nahautl word...Read More
As I plan and dream about the places I’ll go and the people I’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 a...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 I’ve considered traveling to Mexico before I’ve wondered about those...Read More
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