You could take any destination – an anonymous subdivision, a dying factory town, a garbage dump – pop some Spanish moss on the trees, and the Frugal Traveler is happy.
I made the most ill-timed, bone-headed, rookie-error-filled, first-time visit to San Antonio in tourism history. And even then, I had a good time.
The Frugal Traveler leaves Mexico behind for swamp tours, jazz clubs and southern cooking in Louisiana and Mississippi.
At a farm outside Rio de Janeiro, wood-aged cachaça ? fermented and distilled sugar cane juice ? is being made to meet a growing demand in the United States.