After months of cold and rain (even in L.A.), the time has come to forget about winter and take off to a warm beach destination. For many, this usually means journeying south of the border where temperatures soar, and prices are...Read More
Author: Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo
On my final day in Puerto Escondido, I was able to get just a taste of what lifeÂ is like in this laid back beach town. It is unique from other Mexican beach destinations because its lack of big corporations polluting this...Read More
It is the general belief that when traveling people should eat everything that’s different than what they are normally eat. This is more true if someone offers it to you. When a person offers you food, you eat it —...Read More
If sitting on a beach all day tanning and drinking margaritas doesnâ€™t always cut it for you (as it doesnâ€™t always for me), than I have a side destination youâ€™ll like. Sure it may take an hour and a half of unpaved road to...Read More
I arrived at the Crown Pacific Hotel in Huatulco, Mexico at approximately 4p.m. My first impression of Huatulco? I almost forgot what warm weather feels like. After five minutes in this beach town, I now understood why people...Read More
On my last day in South America, I wake up to the calm sound of rain falling atop the metal roof.Â Two days before I was tanning on a cushioned lounge chair along the water of Mancora Beach, Peru my mind dizzied, almost drunk,...Read More
It began to drizzle when the toothless motorbike man asked to take me home. It was about midday and I had wondered around the city most of the morning finding my way to Reunification Palace, a white square building no more than...Read More
The plan was to leave Lima early and spend the better part of the week soaking up sun on the sandy beaches of Mancora. The rumor is Mancora is a warm surferÂ´s paradise, and after spending most of the past five weeks in freezing...Read More
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