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  1. Working Yoga practice into your travels | Travel Blog


    Working Yoga practice into your travels I travel a great deal. What's more, when you are a yoga devotee as much as I am, you need to keep up your everyday practice. but when you are traveling, it can be truly difficult to discover the time or an agreeable space to practice Yoga.

  2. A Day at the Beach With Mr Sanchos | Travel Blog


    The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... more history

  3. Day 6 - Albuquerque | Travel Blog


    far we've done about 50/50. Excited to see Northern Texas and what the next phase of this trip holds. Justin: We took a morning drive up to the mountain to ride the tram.

  4. Day 13 Santa Rosa | Travel Blog


    The population of Mexico is about 130 million, but we can’t figure out where they all are. Sure they are small but it still doesn’t make sense. The drive to Santa Rosa is an easy one.

  5. Day 4 - Mexico City | Travel Blog


    Today we decided to walk up to the Archeological museum, Catherine's sister Louise and her husband Benjamin are arriving from New York. Breakfast was something I can't remember the name of with beans and ham and cheese in a hollowed out bread role with a hot salsa on top.

  6. Day 10 Oaxaca | Travel Blog


    They also have the most annoying whistle thing that sounds like a bird and I can't see what it has to do with Mexico at all. We had lunch in a sort of upmarket food court. Wilko and I retired for a quiet afternoon while the girls went to the market (hopefully shopping for …

  7. Day 6 Mexico City to Puebla | Travel Blog


    The hotel in Puebla is the Casona de los Sopos . This weekend is Mexico’s independence celebrations when they started their war against the Spanish. The main square in Puebla has been closed off and market stalls have been set up all around the plaza. Because it’s a long weekend a lot of the museums and churches are closed.

  8. Day 22 | Travel Blog


    Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina...more history

  9. Top 30 Travel Blogs To Follow In 2016 - WOW TRAVEL


    A Luxury Travel Blog – A Luxury Travel Blog, by Dr. Paul Johnson, is the leading blog when it comes to luxury travel. Unlike other blogs, the focus isn’t so much on the person behind the blog, but rather on the luxurious destinations it covers.

  10. State Housing Finance Agencies Should Prevent Housing ...


    May 31, 2017 · After her ex-boyfriend stalked and harassed her, Tanica Lewis obtained a personal protection order against him. She informed her Detroit landlord of the order, which required him to stay away from her apartment. In March 2006, while she was at work, he broke the windows of her home and kicked in the door.

    • Author: Cristel Taveras