The tiny Virgin statue has an impressive home – the Basilica of Our Lady of Zapopan. Each October, a million people welcome her back after her five-month tour.
Walk through a dark tunnel with images of tortured souls sculpted on the walls, and you enter the Thailand Hall of Opium, cradled in the humid Golden Triangle.
If in Los Cabos, check out the Wirikuta Desert Botanical Garden. It’s home to over 1 million plants, with lots of desert plants from around the world.
On a French Polynesian cruise, Tahitian dancers came onboard. This tiny girl in a grass skirt and flower lei captured our hearts with her adorable cuteness.
We walk through Stone Town’s twisted alleyways, ogling crumbling limestone palaces, mosques and faded mansions. What a storied past!
With poles, we splosh knee-deep in water along the reef. We’re “reef walking” on Bwejuu Beach. Zanzibar beaches are beautiful, but unusual.
Sea cave canoeing. Cycling ancient ruins. Snorkeling. And temple tripping with orange-robed monks. Exotic Thailand is one big adventure!
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…
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.