I blog about my personal travels all over the world in addition to blogging about current topics of interest in the traveling community, some noteworthy, some of a more editorial style nature. I also blog about my cooking adventures in the kitchen, all tied to foods from different countries and regions of the world.
About me: Although I haven't lived the life of an expat in almost five years (Mexico was my last residence abroad), I love everything there is about traveling, experiencing other cultures and seeing new places. In addition to traveling, I love speaking Spanish, cooking foods from different countries and of course, blogging.
Sun, Sea or Superclubs? Sponsored Post There are so many places to holiday within Europe that it can become a real dilemma trying to choose a favourite. In many instances there is little to distinguish between resorts. Many boast access to great beaches and are situated within tourist towns that offer the best cuisine and local nightlife... Thu, 23 May 2013 10:30:00
Jalisco-style eggs-Mexico Many people don't know that the country of Mexico is divided into states, 31 total plus a Federal District (similar to the United States' District of Columbia). I've been lucky enough to have visited four plus the Federal District (home to the capital of Mexico City) and for a red headed gringa at ... Wed, 22 May 2013 14:33:00
Tips fpr Choosing the Right Cruise-sponsored post
Does the thought of planning a holiday give you a bit of a fright? Do you want to visit many locations in one trip? Are you overwhelmed by the huge number of possibilities? A cruise isn't the right holiday for everyone, but if you answered yes to those questions, it might well be for you. There are... Tue, 21 May 2013 10:28:00
Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market In grade school I had a wonderful teacher named Ms. Tuzman who was in the charge of the mentally gifted program. Her teaching went beyond what was offered in the traditional classroom. It was in her class where I first learned about the legal process, famous Supreme Court Cases and even participated... Mon, 20 May 2013 10:30:00
Saturdays (Sundays) in Spain When I studied abroad in Seville, Spain I lived in the Triana neighborhood, a historic part of the city situated directly across the river from such famous sites as the Catedral and Giralda. Multiple times a day I would cross the Puente de Isabel II (The Isabel II Bridge) in order to get to classes,... Sun, 19 May 2013 15:30:00