Read all about the Japanese ji-biru, or craft beer, scene in Kyoto in Angela's latest piece for Lonely Planet. Kanpai!
“Hey Mister! Can I pet that dog?” asked a kid fresh off the cruise ship, pointing to the old golden lab lying in the corner of the beach bar.
With fantastic street art, walkable historic neighborhoods, a great local beer scene, and fantastic food made by friendly people, Cali, Colombia, has it all.
Fresh off the boat from Antarctica, there was still much for us to explore in the Patagonia region of Argentina and Chile.
Although Angela and I had thoroughly enjoyed winding our way through the Argentinian side streets and markets, Buenos Aires still feels like a giant city. And we were in need of quiet sidewalk cafés and a decided absence of car …
New Zealand is a country of incredible beauty that often surprises visitors and residents alike.
“I’m having a going-away party tomorrow,” said the Australian woman we’d just met. “You should come.” Her goodbye was our hello to an international collection of expat friends who now called Darwin home.
Our Airbnb host asked us why we had come to visit the Brunei capital of Bandar Seri Begawan. "It's quiet and we have few things for tourists to do," he said. "Very likely, you will be bored." So we took …
In Kyoto, we were delightfully assaulted by color, smell, taste, sound, and sight of all kinds, both historic and modern.
We came to Kenya so I could exorcise ghosts and drink Tusker beers. And also, because, well, it's Kenya. Land of the big five, golden beaches, and friendly local people. But this time it was mostly about the beer. And …