By Lauryn Axelrod What do mad cows, foot-and-mouth disease, biogenetically altered food and wine, and McDonald’s all have in common? They are anathema to the Slow Food Movement, an international grass-roots group with 60,000 members in 35 countries dedicated to preserving the cultural heritage of great eats. Founded in Italy (of course!) in 1986 by […]
Unique travel plans based around events or specific activities.
Six librarians rent a villa for two weeks in the summer in Tuscany. They planned to enjoy each other’s company; however, it doesn’t go as planned.
Sharing a women’s Espiritu practice in Cuba, a very old tradition in the rural parts of Cuba that involves chants, cigars, and rum.
Swimming With Dolphins in Honduras By Pamela Conley I entered the shallow water tentatively and continued slowly to walk out until I was chest deep in the water. Surprise and shock surged through me, as I felt something hit my back propelling me at fast speed ten feet further in the water. I quickly straightened […]
Thailand, Loi Krathong Festival in November is a festival of fire and water, and one of Thailand’s most beautiful festivals to boot.
Khao Sok National Park in Thailand is an Eden of virgin tropical forest peppered with striking limestone formations towering up to 1000 meters.
Cass Erikson travels to Morocco with her 10-year-old son, and the two travelers receive a warm welcome everywhere they go, surprising her friends.