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  • The Beauty of Nicaragua

    In 2017, Travel Blogger Lolo of Lolo & Lali Blog (, together with her daughter Angie, made a very personal pilgrimage to Nicaragua. They are both from Argentina, but Angie has family ties in this Central American country. Lolo says that although a small country, there is much to see and do there. From Managua, the capital, to the colonial city of Granada, South of Managua, to the beaches of San Juan del Sur on the Pacific Coast,…

  • Great Wine Adventures

    From Maine to California, Washington State to Florida, and almost everywhere in between, while traversing along many of the country’s major highways and petite country roads you can find wonderful vineyards, wineries, wine trails (and wine related events) nearly year-round. So whether you are a true wine aficionado, choose your wines based on how pretty the bottle looks, or fall somewhere in between, anyone can get out and enjoy tasting and learning about wines.  Here are a few…

  • Quebec City

    As I was led to the town car from the international terminal, I took in a deep, cleansing breath. The air was so fresh, there was a light breeze and I could already feel the warmth of the people here. As Robert, my driver, gave me a brief history of the city, I gazed out of the window and remarked at the beauty – the distinctive architecture of the homes and businesses, the verdant trees and…

  • The Mayaland Hotel

    It’s kind of ironic that on the first-class bus from Cancún to Chichen Itzá they were showing Jurassic World, the 2015 movie where the dinosaur theme park is set on acres and acres of lush, verdant, rolling landscape seemingly out in the middle of nowhere. That lush, verdant, rolling landscape is exactly the first thing to catch you eye when arriving at the Mayaland Hotel. The hotel, located approximately 2-1/2 hours from both Mérida and Cancún…

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