Secret Compass, an extreme travel company, is offering a new expedition to North Korea to experience unseen landscape and rich culture firsthand.
A trip to northern Japan, Nagoya, Kanazawa, Shirakawa-go World Heritage sites and enjoying great cuisine using JR Lines Rail Pass on Japan railways.
Japan: Hiking Between Temples on the Island of Shikoku. Discovering Japan’s fourth largest island where there is a phallic museum and hikes to 88 temples.
A family cruise in the South China Sea in the Philippines on the Hans Christian Anderson, a liveaboard boat built for diving and shore excursions.
In Zhejiang Province, China, the author discovers and unusual tourist attraction called Jingxing Park, where after climbing a hill, singers surprised him.
A small island, the farthest east in the Philippines, is Siargao Island, where you can surf, enjoy barbeque, or just relax on Cloud 9 beach.
In Japan’s capital city, the Edo-Tokyo Museum is a blend of old and the new…with exhibits showing how the shoguns lived as well as about modern Tokyo.
Kanto, the province that includes greater Tokyo in Central Japan, has many treasures, both history and culinary to explore.
Karuizawa, Japan, located in Japan’s Alps, is a popular ski resort and a place that John Lennon and Yoko Ono used to visit and enjoy. Following their steps.
The Uzbekistan food tour, “Exploring Backstreets and Bazaars” takes guests through the authentic experience of celebrating Navruz, the Uzbek New Year.
Bangkok, Thailand is an excellent city for American and European ex-pats to live. An overview of transport, and co-working spaces in the city for ex-pats.
The Pushkar Camel Fair near the village of Pushkar in the Indian state of Rajasthan is a dusty affair, with men checking out the camels and fair food.
A visit to Kampot, Cambodia, where people relax by the river and enjoy super cheap accommodations and food. Kampot is famous for its peppers.
Japan’s Shinkansen, or bullet trains, are a legend the world over. Details on touring Japan by train and what it’s like to ride the bullet train in Japan.
Myanmar: Ten things about the country formerly known as Burma that might surprise, including how inexpensive things are, and how easy it is to get a visa.
A women’s travel group visited Iran in November 2016 and experienced a range of reactions, from suspicious hosts to the grandeur of Persepolis, and Isfahan.
Mat Ward is an alcoholic–he was told he would die if he did not get sober, so he traveled to 21 countries, attending AA meetings in each one.
A visit to the Naadam festival in Mongolia, with exciting horse races, archery competitions and experiencing the fierce Gobi desert, sleeping in Gers.