A trip to Thailand goes south when a leech bites the author, and when she takes a long boat across Chiaw Laan Lake, her stay at a floating Raft House makes it all worthwhile.
Al Ain, in the United Arab Emirates, is a desert oasis with a history museum, intricate water channels called Falaj, and green, guarded by Fort Jahili, going back to the earliest days of the 20th century.
Florida’s Gold Coast is a treat for winter-weary Northerners. We cruise the Jungle Queen Steamboat, relax on the beach, and take in Art Walk on fashionable Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
Nunavut, which was separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999, is the newest, and northernmost territory of Canada. It is home to indigenous people, the Inuit, who celebrate the small things in life and live off the land.
Super traveler Max Johnson visits the West Balkans (once called Yugoslavia), with stops in Durres, Albania, Belgrade, Serbia, and Podgorica Montenegro by bus, train and cruise ship, discovering the changes that have taken place over the past twenty years.
Magnetic Island, a small isle located off the coast of Queensland, Australia, is a great place to snorkel, or relax on the many beaches, or explore the Fort Walk to see fantastic views.
Petaluma, California is a popular destination for visitors and new residents, many of whom are finding the riverside city a better place to raise families. What makes it such a great town?
Portland Oregon, made famous by the TV program Portlandia, is in the spotlight of late. It’s becoming a top travel destination for beer lovers, bicyclists, and foodies. Find out why.