It is easy to be enthralled by the beauty of Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. The Mexican holiday that celebrates death. Understanding so, the imagery associated is stunning and magical. The costumed Catrinas, with their black and white painted faces juxtaposed by beautiful altars strung in bright orange marigolds, can takeContinue reading “La Catrina: 5 Things to know about Dia de los Muertos”
Vancouver is such a beautiful city! I visited Stanley Park, the West End, Granville Island, Jericho Beach and even took a Latin dancing cruise.
Santa Cruz, California is not just for summer trips to the Boardwalk. Anytime of the year it is a beautiful and relaxing place to visit.
Cartagena, Colombia is a magical city on the edge of the Caribbean with a rich and complicated history.
Traveling brings all sorts of unexpected adventure, both good and bad. This story is about the time in Rincon, Colombia where I didn’t want it to go to the bad.
Carnival in Rio de Janeiro is not just about ladies wearing feathers and big productions it is also about locals enjoying their time with a little samba and a little revelry.
I interviewed Barbara and Karen both over seventy years of age and were both in Mexico to study Spanish. Proving you can travel at any age.
No festival or concert in the United States prepared me for the crowds of Carnival in Salvador, Brazil.
Visit the Palacio Nacional, Secretaria de Educacion and Casa Azul, The Frida Kahlo Museum to see the work of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Mexico City.
Getting ready to leave the country for awhile? Here are some things that I figured out along the way as I was preparing for nomad life.
San Miguel de Allende is small, beautiful town in central Mexico where old meets the new.
Photos and experience of Dia de los Muertos celebrations in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico