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    Honeymoon Destination – Part I

    Deciding our honeymoon destination was last minute.  Our list included one week in Seattle, New Orleans, or an East Coast road trip between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. We wanted to experience city vibes, nature, and good food so we choose Washington State because it had all three. I will split our experience into two parts so I can focus on each…

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    Visa de Novios USA- Part I

    Antes de compartirles nuestra experiencia, y así como lo publiqué en Instagram, no soy abogada de inmigración, ni experta en el tema, sin embargo les puedo compartir el proceso y tips a tomar en cuenta para que los consideren si están realizando el proceso o tienen a alguien cercano que está pasando por el mismo. Nosotros no hicimos el proceso…

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    Where I have been??

    Before posting my experience of all the cities-countries where I have been. I decided to check my passport and make a list of all those places. This post will personally help me to have some kind of record of all those experiences, as you know passports have to renew or worst case scenario can get lost. This post will be the…

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    Icemil Takes Lima, Peru

    This week I want to share a destination that I’m also dying to visit because of their richness in gastronomy, culture and the impressiveness of its sites: Lima, Peru. This post is focused on Icemil’s visit to the city, Lima. Icemil is one of my best friends. She went there for 4 days while she was studying and living in…

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    Wanda Takes Egypt

    Egypt is a timeless journey. When you are there you feel that time has not passed. It stimulates the imagination of tourists like few other countries. Wanda, and a friend traveled to Egypt last September. Despite all the bad rumors, she took the chance and fulfilled her big dream of visiting this unique place. She’s a true believer of the…

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    72 Hours in Curacao

    Curacao was a 3 days’ business trip (Thursday to Saturday). For those who love to travel like me, isn’t amazing when your job will occasionally require you to head to some fantastic places around the world in order to increase your productivity? In 2012 I used to work for a very well-known executive training company based in Santo Domingo as…

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    Eastern Mexico: Playa del Carmen

    Back to 2010 and finishing this last part of my first trip abroad to Eastern Mexico. Playa Del Carmen was my favorite part. Playa, as locals call it, exudes a more laid-back vibe than Cancun to the north. But make no mistake: Playa, is big-time touristy all the same. I highly recommend to have a more local experience here, forget…

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    Laura takes Surfers Paradise

    Surfers Paradise is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Australia for both locals and visitors alike. Is a suburb within the local government area of City of Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Surfers Paradise had a population of only 20,000 colloquially known as ‘Surfers’, the suburb has many high-rise apartment buildings and a wide surf beach (Look at that Photo!) Laura is the eldest…

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    Romantic Vegas!

    Vegas is known more for ambition and adventure than romance, but there’s something romantic in the glittering lights of the “Sin City” Las Vegas has a multitude of options for lovers, and I’m sure after this trip there is something for every couple to enjoy. I want to share my experience because most people think Vegas is just a place…

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    Virginia takes Cape Town

    Virginia, her family and a couple of friends decide to do the Garden Route (Map below) that starts in Johannesburg and finish in Cape Town. It took them 2 weeks and 700 miles driving. In this first post she shares her amazing 4 days in the city of Cape Town. Cape Town is a coastal city and the MAIN city of South…