Category: Destinations

International Travel

Living in Guatemala – School for Athletes in Antigua Guatemala – It is Free!

Working out is one of the activities I have enjoyed for a long time. It makes me feel great. Bue even like that I never took it as a serious thing. I simply enjoyed my time at the gym at … Continue reading

The Adventure that Never Was – My First Time Mountaineering in Mexico

Hiking mountains and volcanoes all over Guatemala is my favorite thing to do. I have also had the chance to go to El salvador to go for a hike to three of its most Iconic summits. This is a hobby … Continue reading

Luxury Romantic Escapes at Innisbrook Golf Resort – 5 Star Spa Experience and a Cuisine to Melt Your Heart

Our couple’s getaway at Innisbrook Golf Resort was much more than just a couple of days away. This time, we went all out and enjoyed a luxury element or two with our trip. What are the Best Ways to Spoil … Continue reading

Couples Getaway – Innisbrook Golf Resort – Much More than Just Golf

My husband and I love staying on golf resorts. But the funny thing is, we are not golfers. I think there is this almost limiting idea that if you don’t play golf that there will be little else for you … Continue reading

Founders Inn and Spa – Hotel Near Virginia Beach

You know what is great about traveling to beach destinations, when it’s off season? You get to enjoy gorgeous resorts without the nuttiness of the crowds. And that’s exactly what my husband and I did when we stayed at Founders … Continue reading

A Walk Through of our Couples Getaway Presidential Suite at Sheraton Atlantic City

My husband and I only get one or two times a year a chance to have a romantic couples getaway. This is usually when we visit my family in the US. Grandma and Grandpa get to totally dote on their … Continue reading

Stowe Ski Resort -Vermont Skiing and Snowboarding at its Finest!

Fun Fact about me, the Travel Experta – over 25 years ago I was semi-pro downhill skier. Not so fun fact about me – it’s been almost that long since I’ve been on skis. When we arrived to Stowe  Mountain Lodge I … Continue reading

Stowe Mountain Resort – Multi-Generational Fun

Visiting the same place several times for me is a huge rarity since there are sooooo many places in the world to visit. So when I return to a place, especially more than two times, in my Travel Experta opinion … Continue reading

Snowmobile Tours – Sign Up NOW Before They are Fully Booked!

Some tours you take in your life will set your soul on fire. Will give you such a thrill you’ll be energized for hours and hours after. Snowmobiling at Smugglers Notch did just that to my hubby and me. And he’s … Continue reading

Smugglers Notch Resort a Land of Limitless Winter Activities Part II

When you think of winter activities the first thing that usually comes to mind is obviously snowboarding or skiing. And for good reason, since these are usually the magnet for most resorts. Smuggler’s Notch Resort is no different. Being a … Continue reading

Why Staying at Smugglers Notch Resort for JUST Three Days is a Bad Idea – Part I

One thing about raising tropical kids in Central America is that they YEARN for snow. I grew up in snow. So for me it’s not a novelty. And quite frankly, it’s been over 20 years that I’ve experienced it, and memory … Continue reading

Vermont Cabin Rentals near Stowe and Smugglers Notch Resorts

Close your eyes. Now, imagine a winter’s wonderland. I can almost bet that the picture I have below is something that comes to mind either as your first or second image (after big Pine trees covered in snow). Vermont is … Continue reading

Visiting Universal Studios in Florida with Young Kids

Here’s the deal. I’m not a fan of amusement park rides. I love visiting amusement and theme parks, but I detest going on the rides. I get thrill enough of seeing my kids and husband having fun while I watch … Continue reading

Siurana, Spain – The Hollywood of Climbing

Arriving to Siurana, Spain’s climbing haven, was the same as arriving to Mecca for my husband. He wasn’t the only one drawn to this place. Within three minutes of our arrival and check in into our Siurana Camping Mobile Home, the owners told us … Continue reading

What To Do While Staying at The Breakers in Palm Beach

When staying at The Breakers in Palm Beach it is easy to be occupied from morning through night without even realizing it. Family Activities at The Breakers in Palm Beach Our first day was fully occupied when we visited the … Continue reading

Monterrico Beach – Finding an Ideal Beach House Rental

Beaches and Guatemala can be a bit of a complexity for me. Now that I’m traveling with my family, and have become addicted to vacation rentals, finding the right one is not all that easy. My Prerequisites for a Beach … Continue reading

Review of the Base Camp Hoodie Base Layer by Woolx

I love being outdoors, trekking and mountaineering. Nature gives me peace and having a good set of friends to do it with makes it all better. Luckily I have endless options in my country.  There is always something new and … Continue reading

Have You Been to Sacromonte, Granada?

Sacromonte Granada has got to be one of my family’s and mine favorite spots in Spain. Not only is it the home of Flamenco and the Gitanos (gypsies), its unique layout is incredibly different than anywhere else. Including the cave houses. … Continue reading

Flamenco – The Mystery, The History, The Fun

Flamenco is all you think it can be. Dramatic, sad, passionate, heart wrenching and sensual. The history, even though most of it was undocumented, is one of the layers that makes this dance and music so essential for the Spaniard … Continue reading

Fun Facts and History of Charlotte, North Carolina

Whenever traveling to new cities or towns I love to dive into the history of the place. Normally my family and I take tours to give us the full info about the place. Since our time was limited this time … Continue reading

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