TEQUILA TASTING IN TULUM

TEQUILA TASTING IN TULUM

At 26 years old I didn’t think I still needed drinking lessons. I got enough of that in college as a sorority girl. While I’ve grown up a smidgen since then my palette is still more unrefined than I care to admit. Tastings are great way to learn more about your favorite alcoholic drink or to try something completely different than your “usual”. Chris and I learned not only historical tidbits about tequila but also the proper way to drink it. Continue reading “TEQUILA TASTING IN TULUM”

TULUM RUINS

TULUM RUINS

Chris and I wanted to see the ruins in Tulum because we read that they were located right next to a gorgeous beach. Tulum means “wall” and our tour guide said the large wall that surrounds the ruins was meant to separate social classes not to keep anyone out like some historians believe. The original name for Tulum was Zama meaning “dawn”. While we were walking through the jungle he said we would immediately be able to see why the property was chosen to build a city and given its original name. Continue reading “TULUM RUINS”

HARRY POTTER CONCERT SERIES

HARRY POTTER CONCERT SERIES

This is a throwback post because we went to Nashville the first week of January to hear The Nashville Symphony Orchestra play the score of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”  live as we watched the film. While it may sound like I’m being unoriginal, the only way I can describe our experience is that it was truly magical. Continue reading “HARRY POTTER CONCERT SERIES”