Boris Club – Jazz in Buenos Aires

Boris Club – Jazz in Buenos Aires

Boris Club is a very impressive jazz music venue.  When I was staying in the Palermo Hollywood neighborhood in Buenos Aires this club was just a couple of blocks away. Listened to jazz several nights. You can check out the Boris Big Band on Sunday nights. Fabulosoooo!!!

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Swimming and Dreaming of Medellin

Swimming and Dreaming of Medellin

I will go for a swim this afternoon for about an hour and I’ll be dreaming of Medellin.  It will be an indoor pool as I am too chicken to brave the cold and swim in Barton Springs Pool at Zilker Metropolitan Park here in Austin. This time last year I was preparing for my […]

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Mosaicultures Internationales Montreal

Mosaicultures Internationales Montreal

I was in Montreal in July for the Jazz Festival and while I was there I visited the Montreal Botanical Gardens.  This clownfish was part of the Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013  exhibit. I will write a full post about the exhibit a little later.  The mission of Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal is to promote gardening and horticulture.

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Four Legged Friends in Bogotá

Four Legged Friends in Bogotá

I spotted these two dogs when I was on my way to ride the cable car to Montserrate in Bogota Colombia.  They looked so adorable standing there in the street greeting each other. I visited Bogota on my second solo trip to Colombia – I enjoyed my trip to Cartagena in May 2012 so much […]

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Teatro Colón – Buenos Aires

Teatro Colón – Buenos Aires

  I took a tour of the magnificent opera house Teatro Colon when I took a solo trip to Buenos Aries in November 2011 and explored the city for 10 days. Teatro Colón opened in 1908 after approximately 20 years of construction based on European design with many of the materials transported from Italy and France. […]

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Working on Website & New Adventures

Working on Website & New Adventures

I’m excited to finally get this site up and running.  It will be a work in progress with much to learn along the way.  It’s another type of journey. December is a great month for road trips in Texas and the Southern USA.  I’m hoping to make a few short trips before the end of […]

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Street Art of Buenos Aires

Street Art of Buenos Aires

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More Soup Please :)  Ajiaco Soup a Favorite of Bogota Colombia

More Soup Please :) Ajiaco Soup a Favorite of Bogota Colombia

Last December I tasted this delicious soup for the first time in Bogota.  I want some now! Ajiaco soup is a flavorful combination of chicken and guascas herb with vegetables including a small cob of corn, peppers, and three kinds of potatoes. The soup is topped with a healthy swirl of heavy cream. Garnish includes rice, […]

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Meet Susan Moore

Meet Susan Moore

  Hola! My name is Susan Moore and I love to travel solo. I get to be the boss of everything!  Well, not quite but I like to think so. There was a time when I was afraid to travel at all, never mind travel alone. I got over that little bump in the road. My first […]

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