--- Menu --- Blog Traveler Stories News Travel Tips Responsible Travel Our Office Culinary As a self-proclaimed "foodie", I thought I would designate a post as a culinary tour of our trip. Jordan and I REALLY enjoyed the "comida tipica", or common dishes, in Costa … On our drive from Los Cabos to Todos Santos, we stopped along the highway at one of the few swimmable beaches on the Pacific side of Southern Baja, Playa Los Cerritos. We found a quaint hotel and … Our group met early in the evening in the One & Only Palmilla's herb garden - a quite peaceful locale on the property. The herbs used in the hotel's restaurants are grown here. The aromas … Suzy takes the reins as our horses Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon lead the way
Another typical morning in Mendoza - out and off to a winery by 9AM! We drove 20 minutes to Lujan de Cuyo, where the … Explore the ancient city of Tikal during a Guatemala tour
Hidden within Guatemala's El Peten jungle is Tikal, the largest ruined city of the Maya Classic Period. The site encompasses at least … If you've been on an Argentina tour or Uruguay trip chances are you've passed the mate. Yerba mate is a hot drink made from a blend of herbs, much like a tea. It contains caffeine, herbs and proteins … Enter our Pinterest Recipe Contest today!
There is no better way to learn about the local culture than by meeting local people in the markets and sampling the food. We love to taste our way … Visit some of Buenos Aires' best Milongas
The first is a series of insider tips to best help you explore Argentina's Buenos Aires -- I begin with some of its best Milongas. Milonga refers to a …