Puebla, Mexico. A visit to the famous volcanoes Popocatépetl and the Murals of Cacaxtla, visiting Puebla Mexico and ancient sites from Aztec era.
Ham: Anselmo Perez is a champion ham cutter from Salamanca, Spain, we learn all about how he became a champ and techniques that make an expert ham cutter.
Via Postumia is an ancient road built in the year 148, which stretches across the length of northern Italy and all the way to Spain.
Sicilian Splendors: A new book reveals some of essence of the people in Sicily, and this essay is about the Scirocco, wind from Africa that affects Sicily.
Guernsey. A visit to this tiny island off the coast of France that’s a bailiwick of the UK. Famous for WWII sites from the German occupation, it’s got a lot to offer.
Ipswich, Massachusetts. This north shore town is a full of historic homes, Crane’s Beach, and of course the Clam Box and other purveyors of Ipswich Clams.
Bhutan: Learning a New Cuisine at Thimphu in the mountains of Bhutan. Traveling through Punakha valley en route Dochula Pass in the Kingdom of Bhutan.
Dover Delaware and Kent County hold dozens of reasons to make this part of your travel plans. Full of history, great food, and brew pubs.
London: Things you can’t get in NYC that you can enjoy in London, England. A list of some of the creature comforts that a Londoner misses in New York.
Point Arena is a remote and wild place on the coast of Northern California north of Mendocino where Stornetta Lands provide habitat for many creatures.
In Ribes de Freser, Spain, it’s time for the Sheepdog trials that pit the well-trained dogs against one another in a spirited competition in rural Spain.
National Geographic’s new Virtual Reality Theater in Washington DC will bring the brand’s 130 years of travel photography to a realistic experience.
‘A Year Off: A story about traveling the world, how to make it happen for you’. A travel book by Daniel and Samantha Brown explains how to take a year off.
Discovering the Tropics of Cornwall, temperate rainforest-like climates found in the far southwest of England, visiting gardens and Eden.
A March 2018 visit to Waterville Valley and Loon Mountain New Hampshire. Checking out their new snowmaking equipment that saves 90 percent on electricity and uses far less water.