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Fun at Lagoon in Northern Utah
Many people conjure up images of Monument Valley or the Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir when they think of Utah. There is no Disneyland in Utah, but they do have Lagoon! It is the “place to go” for local families who want to take a break from the chores and have a blast.
Recently, my son announced we were going to Lagoon. Our grandchildren were so excited, they were beside themselves. The day started out a bit rainy, but by the time we got to Lagoon, it was just sprinkling.
The interesting thing about Lagoon is that I felt the same way about it when I was a little girl. Yes, it has been around since 1886. No, I am not that old, but when we took our grandchildren, I recognized some of the rides I had ridden on several years ago.
With over 5,000 miles of beaches, warm weather and a rich history, it is
no wonder that Mexico is one of the most popular tourist destinations.
Personally, I have not been there yet, but many in my family have. I
researched this hub to find out where I would like to visit in Mexico. I
found that there are actually three different spots in Mexico that most
people travel to. I will discuss them below.
Besides the historical sites, there are over 150 museums. I love
museums! Mexico is the birthplace of artists Diego Rivera and Frida
Kahlo. As an art student, I studied both of these artists and I found
their work very interesting. I wouldn't mind traveling to Mexico just to
see some of this artwork in person.
You might think you have
tasted authentic Mexican food, but your taste buds will thank you for
showing them the difference, or so I've heard. Tamales, burritos,
tacos, and so much more. I do love Taco Bell, but would love to taste
real Mexican food.
Some of the most beautiful women in the world are from India. Their
bright beautiful eyes, glowing
skin and shiny thick hair are remarkable.
I have several friends who are Indian, mostly from Fiji in the South
Pacific, but they have carried down their age-old practices from India.
Tumeric is used in Indian food, but it is also used in
beauty supplies in India and is rapidly being adopted in the United
States and other places. Tumeric exfoliates dead skin to reveal a
brighter complexion. It is usually mixed together with honey (one of
nature’s best moisturizers) for normal-to-dry skin. You can make your
own complexion-beautifying cleanser at home. In a small bowl, combine 1
tsp. of honey with a pinch of tumeric powder (do not too much since it
can stain the skin) and mix until it becomes a paste. Smooth over your
face and let it sit for 15 minutes, then rinse.
Indian women take mind-clearing strolls called a prana walk. This is part of the ancient Indian medical practice ay…