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Paradise found Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar & Darren Ballegeer   
Saturday, 28 March 2015 00:00
A school of fish swim in the clean water of the Huatulco bay area. A unique place of natural beauty, Huatulco is a bright, green spot in Mexico’s environmental greyness.Huatulco is the most clean and green place in Mexico --- Most tourists in Mexico have simple needs; a vacation destination with beaches, hot weather, good food, and a party atmosphere. Other tourists look for a more authentic cultural experience or opportunities to connect with nature, which Mexico…
Last Updated on Friday, 03 April 2015 12:07
Paraíso encontrado Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar & Darren Ballegeer   
Saturday, 28 March 2015 00:00
Un banco de peces nada en el agua clara de una de las bahías de Huatulco. Un lugar único de belleza natural, Huatulco es un lugar radiante y verde en la oscuridad ambiental de México.Huatulco es el lugar más limpio y verde de México --- La mayoría de los turistas en México tienen necesidades simples; un destino vacacional con playas, clima caluroso, comida tradicional y una atmósfera de fiesta. Otros turistas buscan una experiencia cultural auténtica u oportunidades de conecta…
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 April 2015 12:27
Bucerias and the Quest for Good Food in Tourist Towns Print E-mail
Written by Ferron Salniker   
Monday, 05 January 2015 00:00
Beach in Bucerias, Mexico. Photo: Ferron SalnikerBucerias is a low-key beach town that gets most of its charm from the fact that it’s not a big resort city like its neighbor to the South, Puerto Vallarta. Not that it wasn’t lovely; bougonvia hangs over the sides of brightly colored stucco walls, the beach is free of frat boys, every corner of our …
Guide to eating, drinking and exploring Isla Mujeres Print E-mail
Written by Ferron Salniker   
Friday, 19 December 2014 00:00
Sunday is really the day in Isla. Cancun is not every traveler’s ideal destination. For those preferring a more authentic experience, Isla Mujeres is a 20 minute ferry ride from Cancun. Isla’s got turquoise waters, a good mix of tourist accommodations and local haunts, and everyone on the island pretty much knows each other. It also…
Thermal therapy Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 19 July 2014 00:00
For health benefits or just relaxation, more Hispanics are experiencing spa treatments like this hot mud bath in Calistoga.Centuries ago, Native Americans and Mesoamerican Indians knew how to relax and rejuvenate. Sweating in a temazcal or soaking in thermal waters was common. Sitting in a hot mud bath was less common, but it is another timeless health practice that people enjoy today.
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