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Hotel Review: Luna Liquida Boutique Hotel
I could feel a frown forming on my face as the taxi puttered up a skinny, steep cobblestone street toward my hotel. Visions of breathless, thigh-burning climbs made me question my choice. Puerto Vallarta, after all, has an ample selection of small, moderately priced hotels downtown. But this inn came recommended by Mexico Boutique...leer mas
Hidden Gems – Playa Escondida
True tu its name, Playa Escondida (hidden beac in Spanish) is tucked away in the outskirts of Sayulita, Riviera Nayarit´s surfing capital par excellence, yet close enough to be part of the town´s lively action. From palapas and canopied beds to sensual organic architecture and scads of lusciuos lounge-worthy spots, not to mention al...leer mas
LUNA LIQUIDA: A LOOK AT THE BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN PUERTO VALLARTA
Editor’s Note: I was a guest of Luna Liquida, a boutique hotel in Puerto Vallarta. You can review my disclosure policy here. Tucked on a cobblestone street, perched on a steep slope, this boutique hotel in Puerto Vallarta seems inconspicuous. If it wasn’t for a tiny sign hanging on the outside of the old...leer mas
Oaxaca: A collage of culture and cuisine
Oaxaca’s appeal is so fundamental it’s a wonder this southern state of Mexico and its mile-high capital, Oaxaca (pronounced wah-HA-ka) City, are not more traveled. Blessed with year-round temperate climate, nearby archeological ruins, distinctive cuisine and magnificent artisan handicrafts, the 16th century settlement nestles in a temperate highland valley and enjoys year-round abundant sunshine. ...leer mas