Los Cabos, Mexico, is largely back in business after hurricane

business after hurricane

The southern tip of the Baja California peninsula looks good and lively these days, but let me remind you how bad it was. Hurricane Odile struck Los Cabos late Sept. 14, howling at 125 mph. It killed at least five people and forced the evacuation of about 30,000. It tore off the roof of one … Read moreLos Cabos, Mexico, is largely back in business after hurricane

7 exotic off-grid Airbnb rental homes for adventurous travelers

rental homes for adventurous travelers

Travel and tourism can have a huge negative impact on the environment, especially in ecologically sensitive areas. With the worldwide rise of Airbnb, responsible travelers’ accommodation choices have expanded exponentially. Now, you don’t have to stay in a chain hotel where the only nod to eco-sensitivity is reusing your towels. These seven Airbnb properties are … Read more7 exotic off-grid Airbnb rental homes for adventurous travelers

Guide to Galveston: New attractions and old favorites offer lots to do on the island

New attractions and old favorites offer lots to do on the island

Schlitterbahn Galveston Island Waterpark offers lots to do, inlcuding a ride on the world’s tallest water coster, aptly named MASSIVE. With historic roots and a renewed energy, Galveston remains a weekend favorite for many Houstonians, less than an hour’s drive south of the city, located on the Gulf of Mexico. Sure, it may not be … Read moreGuide to Galveston: New attractions and old favorites offer lots to do on the island