Finding Adventure on the Mayan Riviera in Pandemic Times

The world still proceeds with caution since the COVID-19 virus was identified earlier this year. But as we learn more about the virus and watch our communities, we can begin to make plans to travel again. International travel between Mexico and the United States is open. But interestingly, only by air travel. Travel by automobiles …

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Havana in 28 Hours, a Cruiser’s Perspective

American tourists found themselves caught in rough seas as the political winds began to change in 2019 for ships visiting Cuba. Trump’s hardline approach towards cruise line tourism would shut down the relatively new industry by June of 2019. Tighter rules and alluding to the possibility that Cruise Companies could face lawsuits if they continued …

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Lima, Day 3: The Historic Downtown

The Historic Downtown of Lima would transport us back into another time. This is where colonial Spain left its lasting footprint, where the disembodied head of the Spanish Conquistador, Pizarro, rested in the crypt of a Cathedral and where the Liberator of Peru, Simon Bolivar, sick and discouraged resting in the coastal Peruvian town of …

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