• Exploring the Diversity of Hawaii’s Big Island

    We boarded the plane leaving for Kona behind a clean cut well-dressed businessman toting a RollAboard with a book tucked in tightly in the back. Only one word of the title showed, "sex" and this … [Read More]

    Exploring the Diversity of Hawaii’s Big Island
  • Thailand: One man’s virgin tour

    Dried fish at a Bangkok street market I wake up at 5:30 a.m. on the 57th floor of the Lebua at State Tower, an upscale hotel in the thick of Bangkok, the Praya River snaking by below. I stand and … [Read More]

    Thailand: One man’s virgin tour
  • The Power & Beauty of Sub Saharan Africa

    Upon finalizing my flights to South Africa from Bangkok, I told a good friend who has traveled extensively in Africa that I would kiss the African soil for him. He replied, "Kiss Africa's ground for … [Read More]

    The Power & Beauty of Sub Saharan Africa
  • Reflections of Ohrid – Macedonia

    Let us set the scene for your visit - Lake Ohrid, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of Macedonia's true natural gems. Here are the basics: the old town of Ohrid is the place to stay with its … [Read More]

    Reflections of Ohrid – Macedonia
  • Patrick Smith: Airline Pilot and Author

    For those who travel often for business or pleasure - airports and planes are an integral part of our lives. Entire online communities have been formed around the airplane - FlyerTalk is the perfect … [Read More]

    Patrick Smith: Airline Pilot and Author
  • Trekking in Remote Papua New Guinea: Kokoda Homestay

    Kokoda Homestay was set up by several villages around Kokoda with the help of Bruce, his wife Rosemary and her son Mark (who lives in Australia) as a way for travelers to experience the authentic … [Read More]

    Trekking in Remote Papua New Guinea: Kokoda Homestay
  • Commercial Coffee Production in California?

    Organic farmer, Jay Ruskey has been at the forefront in California of commercially growing exotic and rare fruit species at his farm perched on the side of the Santa Ynez Mountains above Goleta since … [Read More]

    Commercial Coffee Production in California?
  • Lynn Gilmartin: Australian Presenter and Traveler

    We first stumbled upon Lynn's travel videos inadvertently while doing research for another interview. Poker, International travels, well being - yes, this looks like a great lifestyle! We thank Lynn … [Read More]

    Lynn Gilmartin: Australian Presenter and Traveler
  • Breathing in the Beauty of Santa Catalina Island

    Santa Catalina Island is located between 19 and 22 miles from the mainland. Catalina provides the calm, quiet and the rural contrast to the urban 24/7 hum of the city of Los Angeles. The Ying and Yang … [Read More]

    Breathing in the Beauty of Santa Catalina Island
  • Charming and Mysterious Mazatlan

    We had never been to Mazatlan, Mexico before and weren’t sure what to expect — except beautiful beaches and luxury resorts, perhaps. We found those and so much more, including history, culture and … [Read More]

    Charming and Mysterious Mazatlan
  • Nepal – The Trek

    This is a short story about a 12 day trek I took in the Himalayas. This was the trip that turned me on to International travel and was the direct inspiration for starting Dave’s Travel Corner, i.e., … [Read More]

    Nepal – The Trek
  • India: Sixty million villages and still counting

    How on earth do you cover one billion people and more than five thousand years of history in one short article? I am afraid I won't be able to answer that question in regard to writing something about … [Read More]

    India: Sixty million villages and still counting
  • Los Angeles, CA – Museums

    We have personally visited & reviewed the following Los Angeles museums. We are often in the City of Angels, therefore this section is continuously updated with new and updated reviews as time … [Read More]

    Los Angeles, CA – Museums
  • Catalina Island: Crown Jewel of the Channel Islands

    What:  Santa Catalina Island, California When: Growing into a year round destination, but glorious in Spring/Summer Where: 22 miles (35 km) SouthWest of Los Angeles How: Private Boat, Helicopter, … [Read More]

    Catalina Island: Crown Jewel of the Channel Islands
  • 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

Above the Clouds

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Visa run to Cambodia

My visa within Thailand was expiring in 2 days. Time to make another run for the border. Usually we … [More]

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Journals


Cuisine Minceur: Eat, Pay, More

John M. Edwards explores the popular Foodie movement of “Cuisine Minceur” (small food), invented in … [More]

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Guides


Mendoza, Argentina

Mendoza is a city of about 1 million people located in a large desert valley next to the great Andes … [More]

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Interviews


Adam Pervez: Travel Writer, Speaker

Photos courtesy of Adam Pervez Adam is currently on a round the world trip (RTW), exploring his … [More]

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Press Releases

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Saudia Inaugurates Services at LAX,...

(Los Angeles, California – April, 2014) Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), the flag carrier airline of … [More]

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Highlight of the Month


Victoria Falls - April 2014

Victoria Falls is best seen from both the Zimbabwe and Zambia sides of the river. The Victoria Falls … [More]

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Book Reviews

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How to Barter for Paradise

How to Barter for Paradise by Michael Wigge Michael Wigge, the man from Germany who pushes the … [More]

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Travel Products

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Bluffworks New Generation of Pants

Bluffworks founder Stefan Loble recently reached out to me indicating he had released the next … [More]

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