Experience Fall Colors in Central Park, New York City
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Experience Fall Colors in Central Park, New York City

The fall colors in Central Park are a sight to be seen! The air is crisp, and the leaves change into vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. The local wildlife scurries to gather food for the winter, while bundled-up humans wander the trails, relax in horse-drawn carriages, or cruise on the lakes in non-motorized…

Creative Ideas to Make the Best Margaritas and Mezcalitas
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Creative Ideas to Make the Best Margaritas and Mezcalitas

Margaritas are synonymous with Mexico. This liquid concoction made with tequila and blended with various fruit flavors, brings back memories of fish tacos and dancing barefoot at a beach. Margaritas are the perfect drink for any party situation. Are you ready to upgrade your margarita-making skills? Use our perfect margarita recipe as a base and…

The Best Books on Travel and Living Abroad
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The Best Books on Travel and Living Abroad

We don’t regret moving to a new country, but living abroad isn’t all rainbows and butterflies every day. In the beginning, we struggled with the language, setting up internet and cable, getting lost countless times with Google Maps, and experiencing a car accident three days after buying a car. Most of the stories you hear…

Best Restaurants in Queretaro (Outside of Centro)
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Best Restaurants in Queretaro (Outside of Centro)

One of the reasons why we chose to live in Queretaro was because of its multicultural food scene. Queretaro’s restaurant scene may not be as well-known as Mexico City or San Miguel de Allende, but its flair for traditional, contemporary, and international cuisines cannot be denied. Queretaro has restaurants ranging from Korean BBQ and Indian…

The Best Bars in Mexico City
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The Best Bars in Mexico City

Mexico City is known as a gastronomical destination, but don’t discount their bar scene. From wine to mixology, Mexico City is making waves in the spirits world with cutting-edge techniques and local ingredients. Not sure which bars you should go to? No worries. Here’s a short list of our favorite bars in Mexico City. Disclosure:…

Sights to See in Guadalajara, Mexico
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Sights to See in Guadalajara, Mexico

Known for tequila, mariachi, and the drowned sandwiches tortas ahogadas, Guadalajara is the perfect blend of culture and modernization.  As the largest city in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, and the second largest city in Mexico by population, Guadalajara has attracted large tech companies, start-ups, and research industries making it the “Silicon Valley” of Mexico….

Best Restaurants in Guadalajara
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Best Restaurants in Guadalajara

Tortas Ahogadas may be the signature dish of Guadalajara, but this metropolis is rich in history and cuisine. From street food to fine dining, your choices are endless, not only for Mexican cuisine, but for other international favorites as well. There’s a few restaurants that really stand out and have received numerous accolades for their…

Visit Wine Bars and Wineries Near Sedona, Arizona
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Visit Wine Bars and Wineries Near Sedona, Arizona

On a recent trip to Arizona, I was super excited to visit Sedona and the surrounding Verde Valley wine region. Having the same grape varieties grown in similar conditions to our excellent wine region in the Heart of Mexico, I really wanted to taste and compare the two different wine regions. What I found was…

Sedona for Art and Nature Lovers
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Sedona for Art and Nature Lovers

With its stunning red rock formations, picturesque canyons, and artist community, Sedona is a must-visit destination for nature and art lovers. Located just 118 miles north of Phoenix in the state of Arizona, Sedona is an ideal spot for a day trip or a long weekend getaway. Whether you’re a hiker, photographer, shopaholic, or simply…