My method and outlook on travel has changed recently, and while it might not be about passport stamps, it is about collecting meaningful experiences.
Yearly Archive: 2012
In the middle of winter, people practically have the beach to themselves in Huatulco, Mexico.
I admit I had preconceived notions about Vail, Colorado. What I observed and noted about the village offers some insight to what I really thought.
Driving fast cars is a dream for many people. At Exotics Racing in Las Vegas, driving a supercar is the entire adrenaline-pumping experience.
The holiday season at Bellagio in Las Vegas is always festive. The Bellagio Christmas tree that was up a couple years ago is still one of my favorites!
The Bellagio Las Vegas was decked out in pumpkins and warm colors during the autumn of 2012.
L’Auberge de Sedona offers a great view of the nearby Red Rocks — if the sun is out! As far as Sedona hotels go, it must be one of the best!
Sedona’s red rocks in central Arizona are known as a vortex of energy, but they’re also awesome to look at!
As I prepare to launch Kaleidoscopic Wandering into its fourth full year, I’d love for you to take a moment to answer a few questions about it.
The Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas is fun for both kids and adults … and one of the city’s best-kept secrets!