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Monday, February 27th, 2017

Gaucho Gal for a Day

Don’t worry, Federico said, We will find the perfect horse for each one of you. I quickly moved to the back of our group. We were a motley assortment of tourists from different counties—Finland, England, Australia, Tobago Trinidad and the United States—some singles, some couples, of different ages ranging from 28 to 75. Like me,

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

Salt and Fresh Water Adventure in Yelapa, Jalisco, Mexico

My third time visiting Yelapa was still a charm. This remote fishing village is located in the southernmost cove of the world’s seventh largest bay, Bahía de Banderas, in Jalisco, Mexico. You can stay overnight in a...

Friday, November 20th, 2015

Multifaceted Maui Divas and Maui Music

by Janet Bein, Young at Heart Diva JoAnna Byng and Tawney Lee Hunt are two athletic and musical divas that I was lucky to meet on my recent visit to the delightfully mellow but lively Hawaiian island...

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008

Inspiration: Deet Lewis: A Different Type of Gringo

by Janet Bein, Young at Heart Diva When Guatemalans mention the gringos who have come to live in their country, they usually point to American expats who have mansions, servants and fancy cars. Deet Lewis, who has...

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

Wellness: Women’s Retreat – Nurturing Spirit, Mind, and Body

by Janet Bein, Young at Heart Diva No. I can’t stand on my head. I have no aspirations of doing so. And I still gaze in awe at my instructor when she twists herself into a pretzel....

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

Guatemala: Learning a language at any age

by Janet Bein One woman’s quest to learn Spanish leads her to Antigua, a city in the central highlands of Guatemala. After three weeks of school, she returns home with more than new language skills. She returns...

Sunday, April 27th, 2008

Culture: San Diego, USA: Historic Hotels and Soviet Subs

by Janet Bein, Young at Heart Diva As we drove from San Diego across the dramatically curving Coronado Bridge, I caught a glimpse of the bright red, cone turrets of beautiful Hotel Del Coronado (The Del). When...

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