Somewhere in San Miguel at night

Mexico flag,MexicoLet’s face it, Mexico is one of the most widely known and well-traveled places in the world. Whether visiting beaches: Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas; Culture: Mexico City, Chichen Itza, Oaxaca, Guanajuato City; Magical Cities (Pueblos Magicos): Bernal, Parras, Dolores Hidalgo; Or big cities, Guadalajara, Puebla, Monterey, Mexico has it all.

Personally, I have been to Mexico over 30 times. I cannot recommend the country highly enough. Its beaches, history, ruins, food, culture, people and architecture are all some of my absolute favorites. It is why I retun year after year, whether on assignment or not.

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San Miguel at Night (photos)

A Night View of San Miguel de Allende 12 Days and 11 Nights in San Miguel After spending 12 days of exploring San Miguel de Allende in the center of Mexico, I never grew tired of this fantastic city's character and vibe. I was happy to explore and meander the stone...

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Casa Oasis Todos Santos es su Casa

Esta Casa es su Casa – Casa Oasis is your Home Lately many publications are touting the virtues of Todos Santos for visitors. Among these, and hands down the best, is Casa Oasis. Located on the Baja California peninsula 1½ hours from the Los Cabos airport but a world...

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Circling the Tropics – A Baja Sur Road Trip
Part 2

My Journey Continues over the Baja Sur Divide Leaving my vacation home at Casa Oasis Todos Santos and the tropics after 4 days, I drive north and in about an hour reach the crest of my loop. Here the road intersects the Trans-Peninsular highway (BCS-1). A southern...

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Día de los Muertos in Todos Santos

Often confused with Halloween, there's much more to Dia de los Muertos than parties and candy. Today, November 2nd, is All Souls Day by Catholic reckoning, or Dia de los Muertos in the local tradition. The day is celebrated by building ofendas (offering or alters) and...

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Oaxaca – It’s All About the Tortillas

Fresh tortillas I like the art galleries, the black pottery, and the cold beer by the zocolo, but for me, the best part about Oaxaca is the tortillas. Finally fulfilling a recurring New Year’s resolution, I took a leave of absence from a demanding job to study...

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Introducing Rancho San Lucas in Cabo

Ranchop San Lucis is Coming in 2017 Claudia Velo on Rancho San Lucas Today, I chat with Claudia Velo of Rancho San Lucas, which is a new development in Cabo San Lucas and part of the Solmar Group of properties in Cabo. Claudia and I talk about golf, Cabo, food, over a...

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Wedding Weekend in Los Cabos

Sure, I could spend the entire wedding weekend at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar -- what with the five pools, four fabulous restaurants, five equally great bars, the Cactus Spa, pristine beach… why not? But, there is a bit more to explore in Los Cabos. For future Cabo...

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Whale Watching Season in La Paz

Last month at the Los Angeles Adventure and Travel Show Devin and I took the opportunity to interview Sandra Félix of La Paz Tourism. La Paz sits along the coast of one of the most ecologically diverse seas on the planet, the Sea of Cortez, a UNESCO World Heritage...

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