As usual, Mike picked the perfect hotel for us to explore the city on foot. We stayed at the delightful Hotel Eurobuilding and used that as our home base for a 10-miles-a-day walking tour of Buenos Aires.
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.
"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 …
Learning how to make dishes like Pad Thai, Tom Yum Goong soup, and mango sticky rice from scratch is a very satisfying process, particularly when you're using fresh, local ingredients that you've sourced yourself.
Thailand is famous for its floating markets, where both buyers and sellers transact business in canals in long wooden boats.
If you're in Bangkok over a weekend, add Chatuchak market to your itinerary. Covering 35 acres, it offers more than 10,000 vendors selling everything from clothing and art to live plants and pets every Saturday and Sunday.
After 36 straight hours of travel, I've landed in Bangkok, Thailand, for a week with my friend Samantha from California. We're looking forward to visiting temples, going to spas, and enjoying lots of amazing Thai food!