Travel life Archive

Off the Grounds in Puerto Vallarta

On a recent trip to check out Garza Blanca’s new Hotel Mousai in Puerto Vallarta, I found myself wanting to get out and explore all the fantastic nature around me. Despite the muggy heat, it seemed a shame to spend four days cooped up in my air conditioned room, so I strapped on my sneakers […]

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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 […]

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Tasting the Full Range of Ron Centenario Rum of Costa Rica

As we’ve mentioned before, some of the best rums in the world are produced in Central America and if you’re willing to open your eyes to the possibilities when you’re traveling through there, you can find the liquor deals of a lifetime. I’m a big fan of Ron Centenario rum from Costa Rica and think […]

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Your First Visit to Cancun or the Riviera Maya

Cancun is the most popular destination in Mexico by far, seeing close to 5 million tourists pass through its airport doors last year. This region fights it out with the Dominican Republic—the whole country—as the #1 destination on the Caribbean Sea. For many tourists it’s the gateway to Mexico, where they arrive for the very […]

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Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Long before they captured the hearts of audiences in movies like March of the Penguins and Happy Feet, penguins turned Antarctica’s remote, pristine landscapes into teeming wildlife domains. They number as many as 30 million and are scattered across Antarctica, its surrounding islands, and as far north as the equator. And these diverse areas are […]

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An Adventure Travel Trip Through Baja Sur, Mexico

Most people, including most of our readers I’m sure, equate “Baja” with Los Cabos. Sure, the area at the end of the peninsula is the one with the most resorts, the golf courses, and the big international airport, but Baja is a very long peninsula. So long in fact that it’s made up of two […]

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