Packing clothing for a visit to the City of Oaxaca is a completely different exercise than getting ready for a beach vacation. Forget the short shorts and flip flops.
Packing clothing for a visit to Oaxaca can be difficult because of inconsistent annual weather patterns. However, there are seasonal variations upon which one can rely.
Each of Casa Oaxaca El Restaurante, and Los Danzantes, should be on the “must visit” list for tourists to Oaxaca seeking a special experience for both food and ambiance.
This dictionary of dining terms assures tourists that they receive the meat (carne) dish they order in any comedor, eatery, market or restaurant in Oaxaca.
The Republic of Colombia does not have an official national dish, but if it did, Bandeja Paisa would probably be it.
In northwest Colombia, on the Bay of Cartagena sits the city of Cartagena, a colonial jewel full of history, charm and adventure, all on the water’s edge.
As many in the western world prepare for Halloween, Mexicans look forward to El Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Make traditional treats for this Mexican feast.
Latin American countries celebrate All Souls’ Day annually, and Mexico is no exception, known for lavishly embracing life by honoring the dead.
Visitors from all over the world come to Oaxaca, Mexico at the end of October to experience its vibrant celebration of life and death, Dia de los Muertos.
Every traveller, business or leisure, may suffer from travel fatigue. Following these simple tips will help to overcome travel fatigue and jet lag.