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Before and after shots - the result of my dental tourism in Mexico. What a difference!

I have always disliked my teeth. As a child my mouth was so crammed with teeth that three of them could not descend. Two years of braces and three pulled teeth...

A Kodak moment at the We Move Forward Women's Conference on Isla Mujeres, Mexico

I dug into my huevos rancheros with gusto during my last morning on Isla Mujeres, a tiny island off the coast of Cancun, Mexico. Five days earlier I had arrived, tired...

One of many exquisite caverns we swam and walked through

The first time I stood at the edge of the Grand Canyon I couldn’t stop thinking what it must have been like for the very first person who saw it. I...

Pool and swim-up bar at Iberostar Grand Hotel Paraiso

Faithful readers of Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel know that I am no fan of all-inclusive resorts, so when Iberostar Resorts invited me to be part of a press trip...

Cenote Samula at Dzitnup, near Valladolid, in the north central Yucatan

From the top of Cenote Samula at Dzitnup I peered into the abyss. Only five or six rough hand-hewn steps were visible before the cave’s gloomy interior swallowed the ancient staircase....

North stairway with serpent heads at base on normal days

Worship of a feathered serpent deity may have begun as early as 200 B.C. at Teotihuacan near present day Mexico City, but it reached its pinnacle at Chichen Itza, the Mayan cultural...