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3 Colonial Mexican Cities To Visit Now

3 Colonial Mexican Cities To Visit Now

Randy and Bethany October 10, 2013 1

Mexico’s colonial cities were financed in silver, disease and destruction, as the Spanish crown clashed with indigenous civilizations to extend its territories. Despite the devastating effects colonization had on the region, today’s colonial cities

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Beyond Rice and Beans – Unravelling the Cuban Food Myth

Beyond Rice and Beans – Unravelling the Cuban Food Myth

Casey Mead October 9, 2013 3

If there’s one thing you are bound to hear before going to Cuba it is something derogatory about the food. Beans, chicken and beans, rice and beans, rice, pulled pork and beans… Like many

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Three Unique Costa Rica Experiences

Three Unique Costa Rica Experiences

Cailin O Neil October 7, 2013 4

When traveling through Costa Rica for two weeks last year, one of the things that I was most surprised about was how many uniquely Costa Rican experiences I was able to have. Aside from

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Visual Adventure: Central America

Visual Adventure: Central America

Gary Arndt September 13, 2013 0

This February I had the pleasure of traveling with G Adventures on their inaugural Mayan Ruins and Culture tour. It took us through El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala where we were able to visit

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Exploring Mexican Cuisine, One Taco at a Time

Exploring Mexican Cuisine, One Taco at a Time

David Lee September 11, 2013 4

Traveling to Mexico is as much about sampling the local flavors, as it is about climbing ruins and hanging out at the beach. Growing up in the United States, Mexican food was one of

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Visual Adventure: Cuba

Visual Adventure: Cuba

Caitlin Hotchkiss September 4, 2013 0

Quick question: What’s the first thing you should do when you get to Cuba? Answer: Everything. There’s no lack of awesome things to see and do in this eclectic country, whether it’s cycling or

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Life’s a Beach – and a Rainforest – at Manuel Antonio National Park

Life’s a Beach – and a Rainforest – at Manuel Antonio National Park

Caitlin Hotchkiss August 14, 2013 1

We’re in a pretty upbeat frame of mind here at G Adventures. I mean, that comes standard with working for the coolest travel company in the world, but things are even more electric now

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Colours of Cuba

Colours of Cuba

Casey Mead July 4, 2013 1

One of the most striking things about travelling through Cuba is the array of colours you see around the country. From the brightly painted retro cars to the washing hanging from windows in bustling

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Top 5 Archaeological Ruins Between Mexico City and Playa del Carmen

Top 5 Archaeological Ruins Between Mexico City and Playa del Carmen

David Lee July 1, 2013 1

The route from Mexico City to Playa del Carmen in the Ancient Civilizations tour offers five incredible opportunities to explore Mexico’s rich and varied history. All five of the ruins in this article are

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Visual Adventure: Oaxaca, Mexico

Visual Adventure: Oaxaca, Mexico

David Lee June 25, 2013 1

Oaxaca’s historic city center is a photographer’s dream. Colorfully painted Spanish colonial buildings and churches line the narrow stone streets. Like Mexico City and Puebla, it’s compact enough to walk, yet it can take

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