Have you heard the good news? My career as a bit player in Hollywood continues apace.
Three great hotels on the Pacific coast of Mexico where you can do just about anything or nothing at all.
When I decided to put in a swimming pool, I had visions of supermodels doing the backstroke in my back yard. Instead, I got one big headache after another.
Don’t think of the Hill Country Hyatt as just another chain hotel. Think of it as your salvation—especially if you have kids.
Until recently, I couldn’t. Then I enrolled in language school in the charming Mexican town of Guanajuato, and two weeks later I was comfortably conversant in español.
If you think there are bargains on the border, you won’t believe what you’ll find seven hundred miles south in three tiny Mexican towns.
In a remote Mexican bay, you can touch a forty-ton gray, watch her lovely, enormous baby rub playfully against your boat, and ponder the mysteries of the natural world.
In Mexico’s Sea of Cortés the bonito, tuna and dorado nearly jump into your boat. No wonder I’m hooked.
Want to golf this summer on three of the best-designed, least expensive courses in the world? Swing on down to los cabos, mexico.
A trip to Guatemalan jungle reveals the splendid ruins of Tikal and the mystereries of the ancient Maya.
Can a golfer change the bad habits of a lifetime? The academy at Golfsmith International made a believer out of me.
Glimpses of jaguars, toucans, and black orchids reward the intrepid traveler in the unspoiled wilds of Belize.
Welcome to Puerto Escondido, where you can ride magnificent waves, hook a sailfish, or do absolutely nothing.
With ancient ruins, exotic foods, and native wares, Oaxaca is a one-stop get-away for heat-plagued Texans.
Carrying someone else’s golf bag used to be the best way to learn about the game. Now caddying is a lost art.