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Travel Tips: Of Fanny Packs and Pickpockets

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There’s so much to see and do on your vacation! But while you’re sizing up the Eiffel Tower for the perfect shot, peering through your viewfinder to frame the city’s sunset, or browsing through the stalls in a crowded marketplace, pickpockets may be sizing up your backpack, peering into your handbag, or browsing through your […]


Top Ten “Must Sees” In Mexico City

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  Gritty, magnificent, and 100% exciting, Mexico City—or CDMX—is Gotham with a Mexican accent. It’s hard to distill so many possibilities into a few paragraphs, but there are certainly numerous experiences no visitor—whether traveling en familia or not—should miss. The trick is to return more than once and always stay as long as you can. […]


How to Reduce Your Travel Risk

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With so much going on in the world, you certainly wouldn’t be considered paranoid if you gave some thought to reducing your travel your risk before you headed out the door. Whether it’s a trip across country or across the world, here are some tips that could come in handy should things not go as […]


Tips for Stress-Free Summer Travel

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  Between the rising price of gas, overcrowded airports, the shrinking size of plane seats, and the growing number of fees, it might be tempting to just turn the a/c on high and overdose on Netflix this summer. The siren song of travel, though, can really be too tempting to ignore, so we’ve put together […]


27 Things To Do In Mexico (And That’s Just For Starters)

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This colorful country continues to be high on the list of travelers, a year-round destination that never ceases to surprise those who venture south of the border. Here’s a (short-ish) things of things to do in Mexico… Some might seem familiar, others, not so much. Enjoy! Swim with the whale sharks in Holbox (Mexican Caribbean). Snack […]


San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato: The Colonial Heart of Mexico

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For many American tourists, Mexico is, and always will be, defined by its beach resorts. But there’s much, much more to Mexico than sand and sea. There’s a rich history melded together by the Spanish conquerors and the indigenous peoples… and you’ll find precious little of it at the beach. The truth is, you’ll need […]