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 places that might offer an experience deeper into the country’s heart than a few days on the beach in Cabo or Cancun. What perked my interest about Sinaloa is the promise of “real” Mexico that offers culture apart from the tourist infrastructure and a vibrant calendar of contemporary cultural events. I learned the restored opera house in Mazatlan offers 260 plus performances each year and the city will be hosting its first fashion week in November to showcase both up and coming as well as established designers. Add to this Copper Canyon, which is reportedly two times the size of the Grand Canyon. Yes, I am definitely intrigued.
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Kimberli has jet stream dreams, and a voracious appetite for new experiences. There are few things she won’t try at least once, including stealing honey from a hive of startled bees. She had the privilege of living in Southeast Asia as a child and has called both U.S. coasts as well as points in between her home too. She has worked for world-class art museums, and has traveled extensively in Europe. Her energies are now turned toward the literary trade and she recently completed her first novel. There is a Spanish proverb that says, “Traveler there is no path, the path is made by walking it.” Walking her path and sharing the experience with ITKT readers is a true joy for her.
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