Susanna Starr

Member Since:
Nov 2009

Susanna Starr is a travel writer, entrepreneur, photographer, speaker and artist. She holds a degree in philosophy from Stony Brook State University of New York. She is IFWTWA Regional Membership coordinator (RMC)) for Oaxaca & Mexican Caribbean, Mexico. Susanna has over twenty years experience in the hospitality business as owner of Rancho Encantado, an eco-resort and spa in Mexico. She has lived in Northern New Mexico for more than thirtyfive years. Susanna is the author of the book: Fifty and Beyond: New Beginnings in Health and Well-Being published by Paloma Blanca Press. Recent publications include: Soul of Travel Magazine (online); Examiner.com; Yourlifeisatrip.com & Global Writes.


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A Farm to Fork Revival: Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm in Ranchos de Albuquerque, New Mexico

A Farm to Fork Revival: Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm in Ranchos de Albuquerque, New MexicoFarm land has been disappearing rapidly in Albuquerque's North Valley in the last few years. New high-end residential development is taking its place. Matt Rembe and family, owners of Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm, are doing something about it…

Mis Recuerdos, My Memories, of Oaxaca

Mis Recuerdos, My Memories, of OaxacaIt's been more than 35 years that I've been living and working in the city of Oaxaca, Mexico and in the small outlying villages. Most of my work with the weavers, both buying and designing pieces that will be sold in my New Mexico gallery, is done in a small Zapotec weaving village outside of Oaxaca.

Riviera Maya – North America’s “New Riviera”

Riviera Maya – North America’s “New Riviera”The designation “Riviera Maya” is a fairly recent one. For many years, even after the advent and development of Cancun, then Playa del Carmen and finally Tulum, this magnificent stretch of beach along Mexico's Caribbean coast, was little explored.

Published Articles


The soul of the marketplace – Pochote Market, Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico

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Going to any town in Mexico you will somehow find yourself at an outdoor market. Large cities have permanent markets with stalls set up for vendors who rent the spaces […] ?>

The Mystery of the Maya

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In the nineteen seventies, the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico was just becoming accessible to the foreign traveler. Roads from Mexico City led to the Spanish colonial city of Merida, once […] ?>

The Turtle Dance of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

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The temperature reading on the bank clock, as we passed by on our way north to the Taos Pueblo, registered 6 degrees. We were on our way to the Turtle […] ?>

Riviera Maya North America’s New Riviera

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The designation Riviera Maya is a fairly recent one. For many years, even after the advent and development of Cancun, then Playa del Carmen and finally Tulum, this magnificent stretch […] ?>