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Mazatlan Tours – ATV or Canopy Tour at Huana Coa?

Mazatlan Tours – ATV or Canopy Tour at Huana Coa?

I love to zip-line. And when asked, I thought I’d always select a canopy adventure (zip-line) over ATV. Then one afternoon, at Huana Coa, an adventure tour operator, outside of Mazatlan Mexico, I surprised myself. Huana Coa Canopy Adventure Huana Coa, an adventure outfit located in the Sierra Madre mountains is forty-five minutes from the […]

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Tweet Your Way to Two Nights at the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita in Mexico

Tweet Your Way to Two Nights at the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita in Mexico

Join the “MexicoToday” conversation during it’s Twitter Fiesta, send a tweet, and become eligible to win two nights at the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita in Mexico. Yes, during the  Mexico Today Holiday Celebration themed “Twitter Fiesta” on December 12th at 1pm ET / 10am PT, you will have a chance to win. The Four Seasons Resort […]

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Three Surprises at the Market in Oaxaca

Three Surprises at the Market in Oaxaca

On each and every new trip to a city, certain adventures always rise to the top of my to-do list. One is a walk and after I strolled the streets of Oaxaca on Sunday, I decided to make sure I performed another “must” the following morning. I headed straight to the main market, Mercado Benito Juarez, […]

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Sunset Sunday – Sunset with San Pascual Bailón, the Chef’s Saint, Puerto Vallarta

Sunset Sunday – Sunset with San Pascual Bailón, the Chef’s Saint, Puerto Vallarta

The International Gourmet Food Festival just concluded in Puerto Vallarta. Last year I attended the multi (chef) star studded event and tasted specialities not just from the chefs who call Puerto Vallarta home, but from others who visit and take over kitchens and menus at some of the region’s best restaurants. It’s widely discussed and […]

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The Alebrijes of San Martin Tilcajete, Oaxaca

The Alebrijes of San Martin Tilcajete, Oaxaca

We exited the bus and entered the streets in the midst of a parade, but unlike other parades this celebration was staged. Music, headdress, and confetti created a warm, festive scene. No doubt, local residents considered us their guests of honor. Such fanfare might not exist for everyone who enters San Martin Tilcajete, but after an […]

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Where to Stay – Hacienda Tres Rios, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Where to Stay – Hacienda Tres Rios, Riviera Maya, Mexico

The world’s top resorts and resort brands line the beaches of the Riviera Maya. I know I toured many. And I plan to stay at a few on my next trips to the region especially as Stay Luxurious takes off next year. But even so,  I am sure I will always recommend Hacienda Tres Rios […]

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The Mexican Tequila Bandera – A Patriot’s Drink on Independence Day

The Mexican Tequila Bandera – A Patriot’s Drink on Independence Day

No, actually, ‘Cinco de Mayo’ (May 5th) is not Mexican Independence Day, the celebration begins at 11pm on each and every September 15th. The reenactment of the cry (or scream) for independence, “El Grito,” takes places in most every Mexican village, town, and city. It’s a fiesta too. The Mexicans are patriotic. Actually, in all […]

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The Mayan Magic of Mexico and Me

The Mayan Magic of Mexico and Me

Recently I was asked the very difficult question, “What was your most memorable trip?” Too difficult to select just one, my answer is often, “well, it depends,” and then I rattle of a few destinations. But even with a long list of adventures worthy of a video, I needed to give Wanderfly one destination and one […]

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