Discovering New Adventures in Puerto Vallarta

Discovering New Adventures in Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Mexico and without a doubt, one of my favorites. If your travel plans this year include a Mexican beach, choose Puerto Vallarta, as I am sure you’ll love it. Today I share with all of you the two new experiences from my last trip to this wonderful beach where we went surfing and visited Sayulita.

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Houston with your Shopaholic Friend

Houston with your Shopaholic Friend

Today I share with all of you some of my favorite stores in Houston so you can spoil those shopaholic friends you love so much. In this guide, of course, you will also find suggestions of where to eat, because although your friends will probably prefer to skip lunch to continue shopping, eventually they will get hungry and you'll know exactly where to go to complete your shopping day with delicious meal.

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Christmas Magic at the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

Christmas Magic at the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

Every year I’m surprised by the immense variety of activities Houston has to offer during the holiday seasons, and by the many that I have yet to discover. Despite being a faithful follower of each and every one of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts' exhibits, I had never visited the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, a River Oaks mansion that was transformed into a museum in the 1960s.

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Farm to Terminal- Four new restaurants inside Terminal E of IAH

Farm to Terminal- Four new restaurants inside Terminal E of IAH

I am happy to share with all of you that Terminal E of the IAH will now see my children totally fascinated the next time we travel thanks to four new restaurants where we will be able to enjoy a delicious meal before boarding the plane.

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A year after Hurricane Harvey: A look back and tips moving forward

A year after Hurricane Harvey: A look back and tips moving forward

Today exactly one year ago, Houston lived one of the largest natural disasters in the history of the city and even of the whole country and. It’s been 365 days of tireless struggle for thousands of people who still fail to recover. We all have a story to tell, many of them accompanied by tears. However, today we realize that we are stronger than we thought, and that we are a city much more united than we imagined. 

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