An Unmistakable Feeling of Loss In Mexico City but a Beautiful Feeling of Pride I remember standing in the Aztec ruins of Templo Mayor. We could see the Metropolitan Cathedral in the distance, through the […]
In one day in Colonia del Sacramento, immerse yourself in a town that hasn’t changed much for centuries, ever since the Portuguese founded it in 1680.
Edward Hopper’s lonely scenes always fills in the story. We discovered that he painted his theme, no matter what he was looking at.
Guatemala is still home to many indigenous Maya who maintain their native languages and styles of dress. Get to know them as we did!
Argentinians and Uruguayans are always arguing over the origin of tango. Paula at Montevideo’s Museum of Tango gave us a private tour of Montevideo’s tango museum to clear up this 100-year-old feud.
The Lost City of the Monkey God is a story of exploration into unexplored territory in Honduras. Does it even exist?
The moment you begin researching your trip to Chile, you’ll come across different tours of the Concha Y Toro vineyard. This cloudy, cold July day did not look like a great day to tour fields of […]
Rio Frío Cruise to Nicaragua, War and… Relaxation It was early in the morning and we were headed to Los Chiles, a border town close to Nicaragua where we boarded a river boat on the […]
When I showed Dan the small Caravan Tours ad in Real Simple magazine, he immediately began reading dozens of glowing Trip Advisor reviews and, within the hour, we began our way through the booking process […]