“Falta mucho.” That we still have a long distance to go before reaching the metro station is not what I want to hear on a day when I’m trying to cram all the sights on my Mexico City bucket list into a 14-hour period. I’ve come from the floating gardens of Xochimilco in the pure … [Read more…]
“Corona o Tecate?” It’s a picturesque question to be asked as I step aboard the deck of a brightly colored trajinera in Xochimilco. The gritty docks of this small and unassuming neighborhood in southern Mexico City unfold into a sea of narrow and long boats, each crowned with painted flowers, giving the landscape the appearance … [Read more…]
I returned to Los Angeles yesterday after a whirlwind business trip to South America (with a few adventures squeezed in of course) and my heart is aflutter with a renewed passion for the magic that is Latin America. Taking a trip to South or Central America can transport you to some of the loveliest natural beauty in … [Read more…]
Take a solo trip to paradise and visit Tulum with Shari Bayer in today’s Women Who Travel Solo.
My first trip out of the country occurred the summer before my second birthday. My daring parents took me on their explorations of Victoria, British Columbia. I’ve been told that I ate a few too many French fries while up north and spent most of the trip sick on the streets of Canada. It’s nice … [Read more…]