Safe travel tips to Mexico for the super paranoid, part 2

Part 2: Traveling to and around Mexico Famous for its immaculate beaches, archeological ruins and charming colonial cities, Mexico has everything from stunning natural landscapes to romantic architectural landmarks. A fascinating town and a rich culture add to the irresistible charms of this great nation. Many historic sites in Mexico are maintained with world-class standards, […]

Tips for finding cheap discount air fares

Time is one of those things that are most valuable to us because we often discover that we don't have enough time during the day to do everything we have to do. With the evolution of technology, we have seen how time turns us into small pieces with communication, shopping and other things. Unfortunately, cheap […]

Preparing for a summer of electronic music festivals

Summer is generally considered the best season for entertainment, particularly for music. Festivals for all genres are scheduled during this time and, for electronic music, this is no exception. While electronic dance music has evolved from the rave illegal parties of the 1990s to legitimate musical events (many even last two days), knowing which events […]

The crown jewel of the National Park Hotels

Stephen T. Mather was the first Director of National Parks in the United States. He accepted the position in 1915 when there were only 16 national parks; today there are 58. Mather used the iconic Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite Valley to boost the success of the entire National Park System. This is how it happened. […]

How safe is Costa Rica?

A frequent question is: "Is Costa Rica safe?" The answer, to a large extent, is yes. The crime rate in Costa Rica is the lowest in Latin America, and Costa Rica is undoubtedly the safest country in Central America. More than 1.5 million tourists, mostly Americans, visit Costa Rica every year and feel as safe […]

Ancient Rome

According to legend, Romulus and Remus, Roman twins, were separated from their mother and abandoned by the Tiber River to starve to death. However, a wolf mother found them and took care of them. Years later, Mars, the Roman god of war, ordered the children to build a city where they had been found. They […]

Survey 850 KOA "Bumper2Bumper"

In August of this year, a local radio station, 850 KOA, conducted the "Bumper2Bumper" survey that asked Colorado taxpayers what they thought about their daily commuting. The survey covered all aspects of driving: Time spent in traffic Road conditions Number of miles commuted daily Phone use while driving Substance use while driving And of course […]