An interview with videographer Peter Bell and a preview of the documentary he made on the John Muir Trail while hiking with six high school students.
Monthly Archive: August 2010
A review of Le Travel Store, an innovative and fun store located in San Diego designed with travelers’ needs and desires in mind.
A review of the William Penn Hotel, which is located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego.
Though the point in visiting Rose Hall in Montego Bay, Jamaica, is to learn about (and possibly see the ghost of) the White Witch, it’s the walls covered in silk and fabric that fascinated me.
One of the most organic ways to explore a national park is in the rain, when everyone else has scattered and only the earth remains.
Inspired by a turn-of-the-century ship, The Jane is charming and affordable by New York City standards.
Many people dread the thought of flying. Sure, the long lines, expensive food, delayed flights, unappreciative and rude staff, smaller seats and crying babies all wear on the nerves, but I still love to fly.
A review of my stay at Secrets Wild Orchid, an adults-only, all-inclusive resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Located near Chinle in northern Arizona, Canyon de Chelly National Monument contains nearly 5,000 years worth of history. These tips will help you enjoy your time there.