The nomadic life of retirement tourism

Among the many fascinating people found in San Miguel de Allende was a couple who sold everything to travel the world

The nomadic life of retirement tourismI’ve just returned from San Miguel de Allende full of interesting new experiences gathered in a 475-year-old Mexican central highlands town renowned worldwide for its hospitality to culturally creative folk. Those visitors like to rent 300-year-old casas, practise speaking Spanish and participate in a nuanced cosmopolitan life. The local media refer to this phenomenon as…

The Benefits of Staying in a Luxury Villa

The Benefits of Staying in a Luxury VillaMost people tend to stay in a hotel when they’re on holiday, but little do they know that they’re missing out. Staying in a villa is something everyone needs to do whenever they go on vacation. Let’s imagine you’re looking for places to stay in punta mita, Mexico, for example, there may be an array…

From a bohemian past, Taos, N.M. crafts a family-friendly future

The area is full of surprises, from the Earthship environmental community, to the dazzling galleries, to the jaw-dropping Rio Grande Gorge, to Taos Ski Valley

From a bohemian past, Taos, N.M. crafts a family-friendly future[slideshow_deploy id='113751'] TAOS, N.M. Mar. 15, 2017 /Troy Media/ – Carpio Bernal Watercrow carries his age with dignity and a certain style. With his tied-back salt-and-pepper hair, his tanned brown skin and leathery hands, he has the stereotypical look of the wise tribal elder from a Hollywood western. Bernal is from one of a handful…

Santa Fe: a bit of old Mexico in the U.S.

Santa Fe consists almost entirely of brownish sandy coloured low-rise buildings of the Pueblo Revival or similar styles

Santa Fe: a bit of old Mexico in the U.S.SANTA FE, N.M. Sept 14, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Santa Fe, New Mexico, population 69,000, has a strange almost other worldly aspect to it. Clearly it's a city but it has no high-rise buildings to speak of and its civic architecture displays an eerie uniformity. For many decades its building codes have not only restricted…