Food is a big part of the cruise experience for us. With more dining options than ever, cruise ships are a smorgasbord of flavors ranging from cheeseburgers to Thai barbecue to …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: mexico
The first thing you notice is the water.
Looking out from our sixth floor balcony on the Carnival Glory, the Caribbean Sea is a soothing turquoise blue, the likes of which I’ve …Read More →
Sugar soft sand. Swaying palm trees. The sun blazing in a bright blue sky. Turquoise waters and the sound of waves gently lapping on the shore. For some people, getting away to the beach is …Read More →
A few weeks back I published an article and photo essay of the ruins in Tulum, Mexico. Overlooking the blue Caribbean Sea and surrounded by palm trees, they were perhaps the most beautifully …Read More →
I have a problem.
I have discovered I am a slow traveler but I am more than just slow. I am snail slow.
The problem is I never get to travel as slow as I really want …Read More →
My knowledge of tequila is very basic. I know that the kitchen staff at the pizza shop where I worked in San Diego loves Cazadores–you know, the one with the deer on the bottle. I …Read More →
Editor’s note: Josh Aggars’ past stomach pains are now your gain. In this guest post, Josh of flipflopscity.com shares his travel tips for keeping stomach bugs at bay.
Some people call me …Read More →