Kate Dana

Independent Writer. International Educator.

November 13, 2016
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Sucre’s Beachside Treasure: Santiago de Tolú

During the Independence of Cartagena, many locals indulge in travel for part of the week, returning to the city for the main celebrations as the seven days come to an end. After connecting with award-winning photographer William Zarza-Garcia, and viewing his … Continue reading

July 25, 2016
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Mixto in Quimixto and Puerto Vallarta

Flying from Tijuana to Puerto Vallarta on a Thursday, the two airports boasted their share of travelers, many enjoying the Mexican holidays of summer. After a comfortable, fast flight with Volaris airlines, I arrived in Puerto Vallarta just in time … Continue reading

August 6, 2014
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Whole Lima Love

Since creating my goal of visiting all 21 Spanish-speaking countries, Perú has been a top contender, and I immersed myself in the culture of this beautiful, diverse country by watching films made in Perú, studying the unique history of the Incas, and sampling … Continue reading