Busy, busy, busy! Our latest freelance travel stories include a comprehensive Santiago travel guide for Delta Sky magazine, why the cliff divers of Acapulco are still cool, cruising the Panama Canal, a lively chef interview, and South American luxury hotel reviews galore.
For Delta Sky magazine, we planned five different ways to explore Santiago, Chile with tips for traveling families, foodies, wine lovers, active travelers, and culture seekers.
The Cliff Divers of Acapulco, Mexico have been leaping into the Pacific since the 1930s. On the American Airlines Vacations site, we tell you why the cliff divers show is still one of the best things to do in Acapulco.
On the Discover Silversea travel blog, we tell you why cruising through the Panama Canal is the most dramatic way to experience this engineering marvel.
We also talked to Chef Paolo Buffa (pictured above) about his free-form, totally customized Chef’s Cut dinners to produce this Q&A for the Marriott Bonvoy Traveler magazine.
In the bucolic grape growing and winemaking region near Mendoza, Casa de Uco Wine Resort & Vineyards wowed us with their lovely location, great food, distinct architecture, and more. See it all in our full review of Casa de Uco Wine Resort & Vineyards for Luxury Latin America.
Also in the Mendoza wine growing region is the hammam (the first in the region) and eclectic style of Entre Cielos. See more in our full review of Entre Cielos for Luxury Latin America.
Back in Santiago, we spent time at the recently-renovated Ritz-Carlton Santiago which is the only Ritz-Carlton in South America. See more in our full review of the Ritz-Carlton Santiago for Luxury Latin America.
For a more casual stay in Santiago, we also spent time at the quirky and homey Aubrey Santiago hotel. See more in our full review of the Aubrey Santiago for Luxury Latin America.
And we were interviewed extensively for this story about the infamous Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia which was published on the Fodor’s website.