The last time I was in Belize, in 1991, I sat in a kayak as the rasta man in the power boat towing me back to land leaned over a fuel can with a long ash dangling at the end of his fat spliff.
Eating pizza in Buenos Aires, the land of empanadas and humongous slabs of beef? That may not be how you would expect a walking-eating tour to begin in this, the most cosmopolitan city in South America. Continue reading
Imagine the canyon country of southern Utah dotted with world-class wineries and Spanish Colonial architecture. Continue reading
After a week of snorkeling, kayaking, overeating, and cruising the Panama Canal, we are back in Panama City, which would now be near the top of my short list of favorite cities if it wasn’t for its overbearing heat and humidity.
Who could resist the fine wines constantly thrust your way on this 7-day wine-themed cruise down the Rhone River in France? Not I. It would have been impolite to refuse. Continue reading
Well, not on the road exactly, but on the river, the Rhone River from Lyon to Arles through the heart of French wine country.