Category Archives: Travel

Combine Your Love of Art + Travel

I’m honored again to have a new piece up on Condé Nast Traveler’s website: 10 Art Festivals Worth Traveling for in 2015 Featured are fairs opening from now through June from Los Angeles to New York, Brussels to Buenos Aires.   … Continue reading

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Newly Hatched Baby Sea Turtles

Newly hatched baby sea turtles at La Tortuga Verde (The Green Turtle) in El Cuco, El Salvador. Continue reading

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5 Warm-Weather Escapes and Winter Travel Tips

Winter travel tips and getaways from New York City. Continue reading

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Thanks, Dad, for Nurturing My Travel Habit

A portion of my love for travel is innate. But it wouldn’t have been fully realized without my father. A travel essay for my dad, on Father’s Day. Continue reading

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Phnom Penh in Photos

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We’ve been in Cambodia a week already and have barely had time to take notes or journal our experiences, let alone write anything worthwhile. So here’s a stab at a quickie slideshow showing some highlights from our first few days … Continue reading

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10 Places [Where I’d Like] to Travel in 2012

It’s that time of year again where media outlets entice us with lists. Lots of ‘em. Aside from being reminded of the famous folks who are no longer with us and which top films of the year we’ve missed, favorites … Continue reading

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Passports With Purpose 2011: Build Libraries in Zambia

As a travel writer, I’m lucky and grateful to have enriching experiences year round. I’m always in awe of the people and cultures and traditions and hospitality I’m shown the world over. But this time of year, the few weeks … Continue reading

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Air Rage

“Mind your own business!” “I want my money back, now!” A new-age retreat gone horribly wrong? Nope, those were just some of the heated statements made, loudly, during my American Airlines flight from Newark to Dallas earlier this week. Continue reading

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TravelWorld International Magazine: The Adventure and Offbeat Travel Issue

TravelWorld International Adventure Issue: trekking China’s Tiger Leaping Gorge, retreat to the Honduran island of Guanaja and more. Continue reading

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The Gift of Travel Haiku

A longtime friend and colleague, Leo Jakobson, recently returned from a trip to Thailand. Rather than procure a bottle of duty-free scotch (as he’s gratefully delivered in the past), he wrote a haiku for me and my website. Here it … Continue reading

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