fbpx

Travel life Archive

Check Timeshares to Rent in Mexico for Your Condo Vacation

While the past year was a tough one for hotels, it was a great time for villa rentals and condo rentals in popular vacation locations. Few people wanted to get on an airplane, so lots of travelers hopped in their car to get a change of scenery. They felt safer having a place to themselves [&hellip

Read More…

Bric’s Bellagio Luggage Review: Stylish Rolling Suitcases for Luxury Travelers

Looking for a hardshell rolling suitcase that looks stylish but will hold up for years? I’m loving this Bric’s Bellagio luggage that’s been with me for a few hotel check-ins lately. This rolling Bric’s Bellagio suitcase is a four-wheel spinner, gliding smoothly along carpet and hard floors with its Italian workmanship and Japanese wheels. It [&hellip

Read More…

Drinking IZO Sotol From Durango, Mexico

Sotol is a Mexican spirit that has flown below the radar for many years, but this interesting liquor is popping up in more places lately and I just got to try a new entry from IZO, a distiller out of Durango state. Many visitors who have vacationed in Mexico have tried some good 100% blue [&hellip

Read More…

Book Your Future Belize Vacation Now for Good Rates and Selection

For a lot of good reasons, many people are still isolating at home, playing it safe and putting off those future vacations. In the case of some nationalities, they don’t really have a choice in the matter: the borders are closed and flights are on hold. This has meant a rash of great rates for [&hellip

Read More…

Maestro Tequila From Cuervo and Dobel

  The Maestro Tequila brand has a complicated back story and depending on which version you reach for, you get something traditional or something manipulated like Dobel Diamante. “They make that brand too?” It’s a common refrain in the gift shop of the Jose Cuervo distillery in the town of Tequila, which you can reach [&hellip

Read More…

Peruvian Cooking Class and a Culinary Tour of Lima

Ask any well-traveled foodie who has spent a lot of time in Latin America which city is tops for cuisine and there’s a good chance they’ll bring up Lima, Peru. As you see on the annual list of the top-50 restaurants in Latin America, Lima is usually duking it out with Buenos Aires for the [&hellip

Read More…

Join our Latin America Travel insiders list, get a luxury hotel upgrade report: join here