If you’re traveling up and down the Americas, there’s a good chance you’ll land at Panama City’s Tocumen Airport at some point. With so many connecting flights going through, long layovers are common. And you… Read More »How is the food at Panama City Airport’s new Terminal 2?
On one of your mornings in Oaxaca, maybe before a hike to Ixtepeji, or out for a stroll after spending the night at the Quinta Real, walk down the street beside the Templo de Santo… Read More »Oaxaca en una Taza has chocolate croissants you’ll want to bury yourself in
When your Guide struggled with my mental health, I had so many compulsions around food and eating, in restaurants or at home. Those only became exacerbated when eating alone while traveling solo. Over on Instagram,… Read More »5 tips for eating alone when traveling solo.
If you go on TripAdvisor and search for the best restaurants in Huatulco, Mexico, you’ll soon notice something curious: the top seven restaurants are all very close together on the map. They’re practically on top… Read More »The 7 best restaurants in Huatulco are… all at one hotel?!
When you go to a restaurant in Oaxaca, while you’re waiting for your meal, the waiter will often bring you a variety of complimentary salsas and tostadas to much on. And when you’re served your… Read More »The joys of Oaxaca’s take-out food scene
Located beside Oaxaca’s Jardín Etnobotánico, Tierra del Sol specializes in traditional Mixteca ingredients and cooking techniques, led by executive chef and owner Olga Cabrera Oropeza. If you’re staying at the Quinta Real Oaxaca (click for… Read More »Tierra del Sol for a rooftop breakfast in Oaxaca
You can read this Guide’s full review of the Quinta Real Oaxaca hotel by clicking here. I figured I’d add in the photos of the Quinta Real’s breakfast menu as well, because that is important… Read More »Breakfast menu at the Quinta Real Oaxaca
Oaxaca is a special place for chocolate. Breakfast chocolate and Oaxaca go together like the sky and clouds. If you’re looking to get that delicious Oaxacan chocolate in desserts, though, you’ll need to do a… Read More »CHO & Co. for chocolate desserts in Oaxaca