Monthly Archives: April 2011

Knowing my love of good food, good company, and anything Spanish, I was invited to attend the Olé Traditional Spanish Cooking Class earlier this month. Housed in a tucked away mall just outside of Fort Lauderdale, I was pleasantly surprised at the beautifully equipped kitchen and dining area that sets the stage for Chef Jorge’s culinary.
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With a tank of gas, overnight bag packed, and dressed in my island gear of a bikini, sundress, and flip flops, I proved with a group of fellow adventureras that Key West can be done and done well in 24 hours. Leaving Fort Lauderdale bright and early, we managed to arrive at the Port of.
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At the beginning of 2011, I decided to take an impromptu walkabout to explore some of my yet to discover destinations in South America. With a backpack and dreams, I headed out from Miami to the Strait of Magellan for a week of  hiking through Patagonia followed by Malbec and adventure in Mendoza and the.
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The finale or icing on top of my South American walkabout cake was Buenos Aires. With previous spectacular stops in Patagonia, Chile and Mendoza, Argentina, BA and its porteñoscertainlywon my heart through my stomach as well as my dancing feet. After an overnight bus from Mendoza, I arrived in sizzling BA with a short, yet.
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