During a three-day trip to Puerto Rico’s west coast, the Frugal Traveler manages to squeeze in beach, bar and restaurant time between several unfortunate mishaps.
‘Latin America’ Articles
Bermudians, if you remember a guy with a camera following you around recently and trying, not all that subtly, to snap your pictures? That was me.
Sorveteria Cairu is the most famous ice-cream chain in a very ice-cream-friendly (read: hot and sticky) city.
Cali’s first boutique hotel, in the upscale Granada neighborhood, offers high design and good value.
In ‘The Last King of Scotland, ‘ which I watched dubbed in Spanish on the bus from Tapachula to Oaxaca, Mexico, last week, the Scottish character Nicholas Garrigan comes up with a travel plan: to spin a globe, to place his finger down randomly, and…
A review of Las Margaritas, a typical, well-chosen, under-$15 hotel room.
I once again averaged well under my $500-a-week (about $70 a day) maximum.
It is common practice in most of Central America to import old American school buses, (sometimes) repaint them, and use them as particularly uncomfortable modes of public transportation.
There are two kinds of travelers who go to the sprawling, bustling markets that pop up all over Latin America: the buyers and the gawkers.
Quesillos – corn tortillas topped with a mozzarella-like cheese, fresh cream and pickled onions – proved to be a pretty tasty and very cheap Nicaraguan gem.
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