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Xcaret is a theme park with a Mayan motif, but the author got to witness dozens of skilled local oarsmen and woman taking off for a 37-mile row to Cozumel.
A trip to the new Iberostar Grand Paraiso, in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, includes exciting zip-lining, high class dining and your own personal butler.
In a modest house in Irving, Texas, JFK’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, lived quietly with his wife and daughter and Ruth Paine. You can visit Paine’s house.
Patrick Smith, an airline pilot and blogger, reflects on Revere Beach where he grew up, just under the shadow of planes taking off from Logan Airport.
The mystical and captivating underwater puppet show, known as Symphonie Fantastique, that is taking place in SoHo, New York.
East Timor, a nation founded in 2002, was once a Portuguese colony. Visiting Dili, Baucau and Jaco Island, and seeing saltwater crocs and local scenery.
Manarola, Italy: John Caldwell and his husband Todd visit Manarola in the Cinque Terre region of Italy, where they enjoy hiking and swimming and more.
Brno, the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, has a bunker left over from World War II that you can visit and learn history or even sleep in!
Jordan: A highlight in the north is Jerash, where spectacular Roman ruins remain intact, and you can visit them close up.
Elizabeth Minchilli’s new book Eating My Way Through Italy delves deep into all aspects of Italian cuisine. Includes excerpt from book on Umbrian truffles.
In the remote south of Colombia, Hattie Rowan discovers The Waterfalls, a cooperative living farm where the simple life is practiced in the jungle.
New York Botanical Garden, only 20 minutes from Manhattan’s Grand Central station, is showing an exhibit of Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings through Oct ’18
Brisbane and Sydney, Australia’s wonderful East Coast Cities. Climbing the Sydney Harbor Bridge, visiting the highlights of each city, enjoying Australia.
Morocco. The joys of a small coastal fishing village, Asilah, where the culture is fond of street art and it reminds the author of a New England village.
Johnny Jet reveals some of the far-flung places you can get to using airline miles and points, like Azores, Tibet, and Easter Island, for example.
Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright’s private residence, is a mix of whimsy and pure genius. A tour of Taliesin in Spring Green Wisconsin, which is now a museum.
A new travel book, Underground Worlds by David Farley, is about unique places beneath the earth. Excerpt from the book about Tokyo’s G-Can tunnels.
Just in time for camping season, useful new products for camping. Insta-fire, GSI Microlite vacuum bottles, camp espresso maker, Bolle bike helmet, sheet.