The best way to see Milford Sound

The best way to see Milford Sound

It came as no surprise to learn that Milford Sound is New Zealand’s most visited spot. It attracts up to a million visitors each year. Depending on your schedule, interests and depth of your pockets, Milford Sound can be enjoyed from the air, boat, kayak, underwater...
Delicious seafood paella in Barcelona

Delicious seafood paella in Barcelona

Updated January 14, 2018 Hunting for the perfect paella in Spain can be a hit-and-miss exercise. But, thanks to the sharing economy and a grandmother’s recipe, we scored a hit with a delicious seafood paella in Barcelona. Experiences with locals This particular...
Exploring Cambodia’s dark history

Exploring Cambodia’s dark history

Updated January 1, 2018 Do you include dark tourism in your travels? If you’ve visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Auschwitz in Poland or the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, you’ve engaged in dark tourism. “Dark tourism” describes travel to places...
5 Steps to using Wi-Fi in Cuba

5 Steps to using Wi-Fi in Cuba

Using Wi-Fi in Cuba isn’t something one does while juggling other things. It’s a stand-alone activity that needs to be coordinated with others. These 5 steps to using Wi-Fi in Cuba will help you plan your approach. Note: Information is accurate as of November 2017,...
Cycling around Uluru

Cycling around Uluru

It was a recurring question about my trip down under. “What were the highlights?” The answer was easy. Cycling around Uluru was consistently in my top three. What is Uluru? Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, is a massive monolith rising out of the desert of Central...

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