• Ngoma Safari Lodge Botswana

    Ngoma Safari Lodge is located on the edges of Chobe National Park in Botswana. This fairly new property opened in May 2011 and was officially dedicated in July 2011 with his Excellency, Botswana's … [Read More]

    Ngoma Safari Lodge Botswana
  • Tuscan Delights

    When I first married into a Tuscan family, I was stunned at the sheer number of butcher shops that stood under the elegant porticos in Greve-in-Chianti's gracious piazza. This tiny town in the middle … [Read More]

    Tuscan Delights
  • Bring Adventure Back to Europe

    This was Richard's Keynote to The European Travel Commission, presented on May 9, 2013. This also took first place in our 2013 travel writing competition. I once ran with the bulls of … [Read More]

    Bring Adventure Back to Europe
  • Undiscovered Brunei

    Brunei Darussalam (meaning an Abode of Peace) is a country that one often cannot even locate on the world map. When I told friends I was coming to Brunei one said "oh, why don't you also visit India … [Read More]

    Undiscovered Brunei
  • Pie-eyed for Pizza: A Love Story

    “I could eat pizza seven days a week.” The sentence grabbed me, but I couldn’t decide whether that was a good thing or a bad thing. It was on a site where few sentences grabbed me: Match.com. I … [Read More]

    Pie-eyed for Pizza: A Love Story
  • Two donkeys lost in South Africa’s Kruger National Park

    Among those who come to Africa to join a safari, the holy grail of animal tracking is the so called 'Big Five'. Originally coined by the big game hunters of days long past, it comprises the lion, … [Read More]

    Two donkeys lost in South Africa’s Kruger National Park
  • Pilots, Amelia Rose Earhart & Patrick Carter

    When we were initially made aware that Amelia Earhart was going to recreate "her" flight around the world in 2014, we thought we had scored the interview of the century. However, we quickly realized … [Read More]

    Pilots, Amelia Rose Earhart & Patrick Carter
  • Afghanistan: Some children only live to beg

    The day before it started snowing in Kabul, the shopkeepers had the wooden snow shovels out for sale, knowing that they would come in handy. And it snowed with a vengeance, massive flakes the size of … [Read More]

    Afghanistan: Some children only live to beg
  • The Rose House Inn – South Africa

    The Rose House Inn is a wonderfully restored luxury Bed & Breakfast located about 8 km from the small town of Fouriesburg in eastern part of the Free State in South Africa. The properties' old stone … [Read More]

    The Rose House Inn – South Africa
  • Travel Spotlight: Jordan

    Jordan is one of those fantastic countries that has an excellent balance between both natural and historical attractions. In this part of the Middle East everything is located "close" to one another. … [Read More]

    Travel Spotlight: Jordan
  • Village Life, Romania

    Village Life was founded by Alexandra Vasiliu in 2011 and in part, focuses on connecting travelers in southern Romania with local families in a variety of small villages (much of Romania's population … [Read More]

    Village Life, Romania
  • Relaxing in Ubud, Bali

    Recently we were in Bali for a week. We spent most of our time in the Ubud area and this article focuses on area attractions and information regarding this region. The closest International … [Read More]

    Relaxing in Ubud, Bali
  • Huaraz, Peru

    In every inspiring natural creation there is a realism that speaks to you. In every moment on a mountain you find it more and more. You discover yourself in ways not possible through other means. This … [Read More]

    Huaraz, Peru
  • A Musselsafari with Orust Shellfish in Lysekil – Western Sweden

    One of the highlights of exploring western Sweden and its small villages and towns along the country's western archipelago, is the seafood. A unique tour and a good way to spend part of a day … [Read More]

    A Musselsafari with Orust Shellfish in Lysekil – Western Sweden
  • Without An Address, You Can’t Go Home

    When I lived in Las Vegas, my title at United Parcel Service was "Bad Address Clerk." Because Vegas is a town of drifters, grifters and shifters of identity, packages would continually go astray, … [Read More]

    Without An Address, You Can’t Go Home

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Great Barrier Reef Capsizing &...

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Lake Tahoe, CA

Lake Tahoe, The Lake, is the jewel of the Sierra Nevada's. At 6,226 feet above sea level Lake Tahoe … [More]

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Interviews

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Ed Stafford: Adventurer

For more than 2 years Ed walked from Western Peru to Eastern Brazil - locating the source of the … [More]

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Victoria Falls - April 2014

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Book Reviews

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How to Barter for Paradise

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Bluffworks New Generation of Pants

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