Food is love. And, boy, do we love each other! We celebrated Valentine's Day in Bali with a food tour of Seminyak's trendiest restaurants. It was a disaster.
Cooking classes are one of my favorite adventures when we travel. Food is such an important part of every culture, and there's no better way to understand traditional dishes than to make them with your own hands.
I will eat just about anything. Grilled pig intestines, haggis bon bons, and crispy duck heads have all graced my plate on this around-the-world adventure, along with all manner of stinky cheeses, blood sausages, and liver patés. But I finally …
"We're looking for Mr. Lobster's Secret Den," Mike told the guard at the desk. Anywhere else in the world, this might have been met with raised eyebrows and a polite escort off the premises. But in Taipei, Taiwan, they knew …
In Kyoto, we were delightfully assaulted by color, smell, taste, sound, and sight of all kinds, both historic and modern.
Combining modern architecture with elaborate traditional buildings, Beijing is the third-most populous city in the world. Its 21.5 million residents live and work among hundreds of ancient temples, pagodas, and even a Forbidden City. Join us for a 10-mile walking …
Whether it's old-fashioned or new-fangled, Christmas is everywhere in Hong Kong and Macau.
Meaning "a discovery or a fortunate and unexpected finding that occurs when you are looking for something else," serendipity is just what we found in Sri Lanka.
Relaxation was number one on our to-do list in the Seychelles, followed by scuba diving and visiting the national botanical gardens. And seeing the giant tortoises, of course.
Most people visiting Africa are in search of the "big five": lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo. But there are also zebras, antelopes, giraffes, crocodiles, wildebeests, hippos, and all of the beautiful, beautiful birds.