Hot. Dry. Intense. This is summer in El Paso, Texas! There’s a reason why this Texan city, located right on the border with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, is called The Sun City. There are many things to keep locals and visitors entertained in El Paso all year long. Many visit to … more »
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Even though Mexico is indeed North-America too, for the purposes of this site it has been listed under Latin America.
Thinking about California brings to mind Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Disneyland, road trips down Highway 101, and so much more. Even if you haven’t been to California before, chances are you know more than a thing or two about it. Planning a trip around this famous American state doesn’t have to … more »
Canada is a huge country, one of the largest in the entire world. Luckily, Canada often issues long term tourist visas to Indian citizens so you can take multiple trips over the years to see more of this beautiful land. Furthermore, since 2014, Canada has started a new program called … more »
We’ve traveled to many countries around the world and, very often, we’ve come across pockets where the Indian community tends to concentrate. From the top of my head I can think of Bur Dubai in Dubai, Little India in Singapore or, oddly enough, even the city of Cuenca in Ecuador. … more »
Puerto Rico has about 700Km of coast line, and is home to at least 300 beaches. Ranging from touristic spots to absolutely deserted areas you’d have to hike through the wild to get to, there’s certainly a sweet place for everyone in Puerto Rico! After two weeks of living on … more »
Puerto Rico is extremely touristic. So much that, the real Puerto Rico can be rather elusive. At least, at the beach towns around San Juan, the capital. Add to that the fact that we came to visit during Semana Santa, the week leading up to Easter Sunday, and you can … more »
We’ve rented from and even recommended Hertz to our readers several times in the past. After being Hertz customers in Spain, Germany, Brazil, USA, and Jordan, we’ve been quite happy with their service over the years. However, our experience today in Miami has changed all of that. Upon returning the … more »
While the French and even Spanish heritage in New Orleans might be acknowledged around the world, the Vietnamese influence is not that well known. As a traveler who’s been to the United States several times, I was extremely curious to spend some time in Louisiana. I knew that New Orleans … more »
We were riding an Uber the other day around Brooklyn, when I started thinking about how different it must be when you grow up in a city like New York. Well, at least as compared to me, coming from a small town in the North of Portugal. During a trip … more »
For countries as big and rich as the United States, it’s easy to assume that everyone here gets to eat well. While it’s true that most people in the United States have access to plenty of food, the quality of food varies incredibly. We’ve experienced this ourselves in our travels … more »