Looking to relax while in San Miguel de Allende? The region is famous for its natural hot springs and there are several places you can enjoy a day, relaxing your body and mind in the hot mineral water and surrounding natural landscape.

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San Miguel de Allende, with its colonial architecture, cobblestone streets and 300 yearly festivals, certainly warrants a visit. But with so many excuses to go, how do you determine the optimal time? The following three festivals inspire and excite the senses without being overrun by...

Shopping has changed in a big way as consumers become more conscientious about fair trade, humanitarian rights and cultural respect. Choosing businesses that respect and honor these issues has become a critical way to show support of ethical practices. Abrazos, home of Patrice Wynne’s San...

I can’t tell you how many times I heard about Tikal and how amazing it is. It kind of made me want to avoid it, honestly. With hype comes expectations that often aren’t met, but in this case I couldn’t have been more wrong.

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Just on the other side of the Mexican border with Guatemala lies the tiny island called Playa Tilapita. Hidden among protected mangroves, it has an amazing variety of fresh and saltwater seafood, and natural beauty inhabited by a host of unique flora and fauna, including...

Chilcuague has become something I prize. I actually can’t imagine living without it, and you’ve probably never heard of it.

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Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is one of my favorite holidays, right up there with Dia de los Locos (Day of the Crazies) and Thanksgiving. I couldn’t be in a better place for it either. Mexico places great importance on Dia...

To most people, the idea of having a planned trip is essential. Arriving somewhere with a set idea of where you’ll stay and for how long often feels necessary to relaxing and enjoying your trip. But what if you left some of those plans open...