CULTURE

colonial towns of mexico - guanajuato

Colonial towns of Mexico a necklace of gems

By Janice and George

The colonial towns of Mexico are fabled for their cobblestone streets and fairytale architecture. Guanajuato even has a mummy museum!

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Stone Town - Zanzibar

Stone Town, Zanzibar: Haunting slave markets and palaces

By Janice and George

We walk through Stone Town’s twisted alleyways, ogling crumbling limestone palaces, mosques and faded mansions. What a storied past!

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Zanzibar beaches - reefwalking

Spicy Zanzibar: Baby, it’s hot here!

By Janice and George

With poles, we splosh knee-deep in water along the reef. We’re “reef walking” on Bwejuu Beach. Zanzibar beaches are beautiful, but unusual.

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Exotic Thailand: From cycling ancient ruins to Thai massages

By Janice and George

Sea cave canoeing. Cycling ancient ruins. Snorkeling. And temple tripping with orange-robed monks. Exotic Thailand is one big adventure!

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Turkish Delight Part 2 – Why visit Bodrum?

By Janice and George

Why all the buzz about Bodrum? Boutique hotels, pretty villages, traditional culture. Yes, you must visit Turkey’s Bodrum Peninsula; we loved it!

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Gastown Vancouver

Gastown: Vancouver’s trendiest neighborhood

By Janice and George

Old “Gassy Jack” would be proud. In 1867, he opened a saloon for mill workers. More bars and businesses took root nearby, and very quickly the place grew to become the city of Vancouver. Now Gastown, his namesake neighborhood, may be the trendiest in Vancouver. The pop culture website Complex.com even recently rated Gastown, Vancouver, the…

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Turkish Delight Part 1 – Istanbul

By Janice and George

Feast like a sultan, gape at glittering palaces and soak in a steamy hammam. Welcome to Istanbul! For most visitors, Istanbul is the starting point for a visit to Turkey.

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Cappadocia cave cities - Kaymakli

Cappadocia Cave Cities: Making like troglodytes in inner Turkey

By Janice and George

Cappadocia’s fascinating underground cave cities were carved out by early Christians. We squeezed through the tunnels of Kaymakli.

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Puerto Vallarta art and dining

Puerto Vallarta: Hot spot for art and fine dining

By Janice and George

Puerto Vallarta art and dining is hot. If you love the idea of popping into art galleries on a free ArtWalk and trying out great restaurants, PV is for you.

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exploring Ephesus

Exploring Ephesus: Where poppies bloom among ancient ruins

By Janice and George

We couldn’t miss Ephesus. Where breezes carry the imagined chatter of Romans bartering with shopkeepers among marble ruins and the Celsus Library.

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