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2009 

Puerto Rico is a territory of the United States, ceded to the United States from Spain in 1898 after the Spanish-American War.  But, unlike many territories, Puerto Rico is more like a self-governing commonwealth.  What also sets this commonwealth apart is that it thrives with its own lifeforce a...
03/31/2009
Alberta, Canada is the fourth largest province in Canada and sits squat between British Columbia on the west and Saskatchewan on the east. It covers an area of nearly 255,541 square miles (about 5% smaller than Texas). One of the best things to add to your trip planning agenda are the Canadian Ro...
03/31/2009
Ruidoso, New Mexico hugs the lesser-knonw Rocky Mountains located in southern New Mexico.  Sierra Blanca seems to envelope the village and becomes skiers to change their trip planning from Colorado to New Mexico.  The ski resort, Ski Apache, may not be a household name, but it should be with all ...
03/30/2009
The tiny village of Sayulita, Mexico, only has a population 2000.  For the longest time, it had been cut off from the rest of Mexico by jungle. Only a handful of travellers ever made it to this remote hamlet. Recently, the Mexican goverment built a highway that now connects Sayulita to Puerto Val...
03/30/2009
This once unassuming fishing village, Cabo San Lucas is now a thriving affordable beach destination for tourists from around the world.  It has some of the most perfect weather and scenery in the world.  Stay at one of the many vacation rentals or an all-inclusive resort.  For a large family, thi...
03/26/2009
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor might have made this spot famous, but there's more than just movie magic at play in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  The beaches are beautiful, and you can stay right on the beach in an affordable vacation rental like the cabanas that line the shore.  You can stroll a...
03/26/2009
From Fergie to Josh Duhamel, celebs love playing in "Playa".  As one of the fastest growing cities in Latin America, this exploding beach mecca draws beach-goers from around the world.  Sitting in the middle of the Mayan Riviera, it's beaches are pristine and one of the most beautiful in the worl...
03/25/2009
With all the news lately about what's been going on in Cancun, Mexico, many Americans are no longer doing any trip planning to that area.  Yes, there's been plenty of crime within the City of Cancun, but no in the tourists sections.  The Mexican police have increased the number of police in the a...
03/25/2009
Want to go back in time? Well, it’s not that hard if your trip planning involves a little town by the name of Mendocino. Once a logging town, it still feels like the 19th century is alive and well here. Set past a thick redwood forest, the Pacific Ocean raises its fury against the rock outcroppin...
03/24/2009
Palm Springs, the oasis of the desert, was once the hang out of the famous and sometimes infamous rat pack. While its glory has faded a bit, new celebs are starting to flock to its warm shores. Visitors are starting to add Palm Springs to their trip planning agenda and are heading for the vintage...
03/24/2009
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