Touring Multiple Countries in South America is Getting Easier

It’s natural when you visit South America for the first time to say, “I want to do it all!” With bucket list in hand, you start looking at what you can knock off during your 10-day vacation. Galapagos, Machu Picchu, Rio, Buenos Aires, Easter Island, and wine country here we come! In general we’d say […]

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New Habita Hotel Casa Fayette in Guadalajara

Guadalajara has long been strangely short on stylish, upscale hotels, so there’s been a lot of anticipation for Casa Fayette. This new hotel from the hip Grupo Habita company follows in the footsteps of their trendy properties in Mexico City, Puebla, and several resort areas. Each one is an aesthetic delight that attracts the creative […]

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A Different Side of Costa Rica Luxury: An Interview With Cristina Jones

With more than fifteen years of experience within the luxury hospitality industry, Cristina Jones, a 2016 Travvy Award winner for most innovative executive, is the CEO and founder of CJONES&CO, a Business Development, PR and Marketing firm based in Costa Rica. Jones is also the CEO of WE-R-CR, a Real Estate and Vacation Rentals company […]

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Ron Pampero Aniversario Rum is Worth Seeking Out

Twice I’ve tried Ron Pampero Aniversario Rum over a period of several days and both times I’ve made a note to buy it again when I got home. Then when I got home, I never saw it in a store. That may be because this fine rum is from Venezuela. There’s not much of anything […]

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Simon Bolivar Slept Here (Maybe): Portal de la Marquesa

We can’t promise you that Simon Bolivar slept in the grand home in Mompos that is now Hotel Portal de la Marquesa, but there’s a good chance. He spent a lot of time in this part of Colombia in his latter years. The area may feel a little deja-vu familiar if you’ve read the Gabriel […]

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Luxury Life on the Amador Causeway in Panama City

Imagine looking out your living room window at the Pacific Ocean, then seeing a huge ship glide by that’s on its way to China, as it moves toward the Panama Canal. That’s going to be the case with the new Naos Harbor Island project when it’s completed. When I first visited Panama City a decade […]

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