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Golf Mexico: Where to Find Courses South of the Border

You can find some of the best golf courses in North America in a country where you can play all year: Mexico. You can golf Mexico on the Pacific Coast, the Baja Peninsula, the Caribbean coast, and many points in between. Central Mexico Golf We bring this up because our latest feature story in the [&hellip

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Always Carry a Spare Credit Card When Traveling

There I was at the ATM in a big airport, getting my cash out to use the next few weeks for tips, roadside meals, and whatever else I couldn’t put on a card. I got my cash, I got my receipt, hit the “No” button indicating that I didn’t need another transaction and…that was it. [&hellip

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Get Flight Delay Compensation WHILE You’re Delayed in the Airport

As I write this it’s barely December, but tens of thousands of people have been hit with flight delays because of winter storms. It was a rough Thanksgiving weekend in the USA. With climate change continuing to wreak havoc worldwide and the country’s infrastructure years behind on improvement funding, who knows what’s in store for [&hellip

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Get Extra Costa Rica Adventures on Your Tour

We run lots of luxury adventure tour stories on Luxury Latin America because the whole region offers so many options for getting outside and doing something epic. It’s hard to top Costa Rica adventures though since they’re so accessible to the two main airports and you can pack a lot into one vacation in this [&hellip

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Watch for Teetering Travel Companies in Trouble

Imagine you have flown halfway around the world, after laying out thousands of dollars for your vacation, then being kicked out of your hotel with your flight home canceled. That was the fate this month with more than 150,000 customers of Thomas Cook of London, a once-proud institution that has been around for 178 years, [&hellip

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Kuelap Fortress and the Amazonas Region of Peru

Did you know there’s a citadel complex in northern Peru that’s even larger than Machu Picchu? If you haven’t heard of Kuelap Fortress, you’re not alone. If you go visit right now, you might only see a dozen other visitors on site the whole time you’re there. We recently published a tour story on this [&hellip

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