Extravagance Archive

Playing the Spectacular Quivira Golf Course in Los Cabos

It’s not all fun and games being a travel editor, but yes when you do get out and about you get to experience some spectacular places. Like the gorgeous Quivira Golf Club at the tip of the Baja Peninsula near Cabo San Lucas. This was once mostly uninhabited desert until the family behind the Pueblo [&hellip

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A Vacation in Belize on Us!

Would you rather be kicking back on that Belize island above right now? That’s Hatchet Caye, one of two stunning places you’ll be staying if  you enter our Belize vacation giveaway this month. Every once in a while we like to team up with some of our partners to give back to our regular readers [&hellip

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The Wine Factory’s Back Online: Valle de Guadalupe’s Newest Wine-making Project

Like soviet-era cement bunkers, the storage chambers of one of Valle de Guadalupe’s first wine factories, built in the 1940s, sit empty along the walls. Well, almost empty. Reynaldo Rodriguez, part wine maker, part mad scientist, has filled one of these square cement holding cells with glow-in-the-dark stickers of the solar system and one has [&hellip

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Donald Trump’s Panama Tower Helped by the Fame

The media’s love affair with Donald Trump’s run for the U.S. presidency (and his reliable weekly gaffes) sure haven’t hurt apartment sales in his Panama City Trump Ocean Club. Despite the derogatory comments about Latino immigrants, nationals from throughout the Americas have been snapping up the remaining condos at a quickening pace. A report from [&hellip

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The Spellbinding South of Costa Rica

Costa Rica vacations take a rather predictable path for first-time visitors. Those who return tend to dig deeper, to explore wider, to get more off the standard circuit. Our latest tour story leaves the capital, heads to the coast, and then meanders down through the Dominical region almost to the Panamanian border, to the Gulfo [&hellip

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Costa Careyes: the Fantastic Manifestation of a Dream in Pacific Mexico

The Carayes log—just a question mark and an exclamation point—seems fitting, but I want to know what inspired it. I ask family partner Filippo Brignone how it came to be. “This whole place seems unbelievable, kind of crazy. The reaction is “What? Wow!” That perfectly captures the way I feel when walking around this unbelievable [&hellip

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