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Salimat Hari Raya

While traveling in Asia this last summer, my wife and I had the unique opportunity to visit Malaysia and to celebrate the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan with Dayang, a Malaysian friend of ours.…

Culinary Adventures in the East

Nothing identifies the ethos of a nation as readily as its food. Universally, food is used to commemorate important events in our lives.…

10 Reasons to Visit Tel Aviv
Beach Vacations:

The view of the beach from the Dan Hotel Tel Aviv.

The Israeli city of Tel Aviv may not be on your vacation list, but it should be.…

10 Ways to Be a Considerate Flyer

There has been a great deal in the news lately about travel rage and extremely inconsiderate travelers.…

Exquisite African Isles

The Anantara Medjumbe lodge

Skimming over the Indian Ocean towards the gorgeous islands of Mozambique is like entering a kid’s over-imaginative coloring book.…

To Cruise or Not to Cruise? That’s Still the Question!

I’d always figured I wouldn’t be much of a cruise person; I’m the kind of traveler that wants to really get to know a place with boots on the ground.…

London’s Impermanent Street Art

Famed for its creativity, great new food scene and buzzing nightlife, Shoreditch has become one of London’s trendiest districts.…

5 Beach Resorts that Work for All Ages

Dreams Riviera Cancun Pool

Dreams Riviera Cancun

Riviera Maya, Mexico
Just outside of the hustle and bustle of Cancun is another world in Riviera Maya.…


Ahi Lele (which translates to dancing/jumping fire) is a must-see!

After living on the beautiful Hawaiian island of Kaua’i for the better half of last year, I had the privilege of experiencing many jaw-dropping cultural performances from local artists, musicians and dancers.…

Duck the Heat With a Visit to Istanbul’s Basilica Cistern

Istanbul is a melting pot — Asia butting up against Europe, Byzantine symbols displayed along Muslim icons and a food lover’s mashup with diverse tastes from throughout the centuries.…

Fresh Eyes on Curacao

Photo credit: SkyDive Curacao- Santa Barbara Resort

The little Dutch Caribbean island most famous for its colorful waterfront and famous blue liqueur has been busy developing an exciting new bounty of offerings.…

A Pilgrimage to Bob Dylan’s Minnesota

Hull-Rust open mine pit where young Bob used to ride his bike with his friends.…

20 Years After Terror Attack, Oklahoma City Museum Undergoes Expansion
Historical travel:

A lot has happened since the pictures of devastation from the usually quiet municipality of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA made headlines 20 years ago.…

Choo Choo! A Scenic Trip on the Verde Canyon Railroad

Lounging back on the comfortable love seat of the First Class railroad car on the train, I popped a chocolate brownie in my mouth.…

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