Turquoise Trail

Believed to be an ancient path, the Turquoise Trail links New Mexico’s two major cities, Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and travels through some of the most spectacular geological formations on Earth. Winding its way through the Ortiz Mountains south of Santa Fe, Highway 14  is one of those roads where    magic, history and natural…

Triple D

DDD=Discover Downtown Denver. That’s what my hubby and I set out to do on a recent trip to the capitol city of the US state Colorado. Sprawling along the Eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Denver boasts a spectacular panorama, magnificent blue skies, and plenty of sunshine all year round. No wonder this Mile-High City…

Southwest Greetings

To all my faithful readers who have been following my travels, I’d like to thank you for your nice comments and loyalty. Some of you might know that I’ve been living between Long Beach and Santa Fe during the past year. It’s a pretty tough choice if you have two perfect choices. After going back…

World Music Day

Did you know that every year on June 21 since 1982 World Music Day is celebrated around the globe? Don’t feel bad if you didn’t. Neither did I. Until my recent impromptu trip to Denver. That’s why I love travelling. You always learn something new. Even in this over-connected and over-informed tech age. Not that…