Travel life Archive

Eat Mexico! A Foodie Tour of Puebla and D.F.

There’s some good food scattered around other parts of Latin America, but it’s really tough for anyone to challenge Mexico when it come to intensity or diversity. You’re going to eat interesting food pretty much anywhere in the country, but in some regions they elevate cooking to high art, even when it comes to simple […]

From the Jungle to the Galapagos With Columbus Travel

We’ve reported on quite a few different experiences in the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, but this time we went on a wildlife overload. As many travelers start to discover reasons to stick around longer in Ecuador, we tried out a popular itinerary of exploring the Amazon jungle before heading out to the islands. With Columbus […]

After Hurricane Odile, Los Cabos Hotels in Rebuilding Mode

This past Sunday, September 14 of 2014, Hurricane Odile slammed into the the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula and hit the popular tourist region with heavy winds and waves. Since most of the resorts are right on the water, none was completely spared and some will be closed indefinitely. Many tourists have been stranded […]

Tequila Clasico de Centinela Review

In our seemingly never-ending series of great bottles of tequila for surprisingly low prices, we present Clasico de Centinela reposado. It’s another great find in Mexico that won’t set you back very much for good quality. If you just look at the marketing, this feels like a brand at war with itself. The name, Clasico, […]

Luxury Real Estate in Placencia, Belize

We’re constantly bopping around checking out luxury travel options in Latin America, but sometimes people like to do more than just pass through, so we frequently cover upscale real estate scenes too. Americans and Canadians often gravitate to places where they can get back to the homeland in one day if necessary, so Belize is […]

There’s a Lot of Mexico You’ve Never Heard About

I’m used to getting a puzzled expression when I tell people I live in Guanajuato, Mexico. Half the time, mentioning that I’m an hour and a half from San Miguel de Allende doesn’t help either. So I’d venture a guess that maybe 2 out of 100 people I would run across outside of Mexico know […]