Destination: Portugal

Fabled Libations, Rich Culture, & Stunning Terrain Portugal’s Douro Valley vineyards have served as the center of the port-wine industry for 400 years. But look beyond the bottom of your glass to discover the cliffs and beaches of the Algarve, the waterfalls and lakes of Peneda-Geres National Park, the gorges … Read More

SLC Salt Lake City International

The Salt Lake City (Utah) Department of Airports and Delta Air Lines forged ahead this week with the opening of a revamped Salt Lake City International (SLC) despite the COVID-19 pandemic, touting the first phase of a $4.1 billion project aimed at allowing the airport to comfortably handle 26 million … Read More

Destination: Myanmar / Burma

Sacred Buddhism – An Important Journey    But Often with Strife For most of its independent existence, Myanmar (sometimes called Burma) has seen a good deal of ethnic violence and civil wars. As such, it can be a challenge to travel there — but if you do so, working with a … Read More

Destination: Venice

Unforgettable Venice is a city to be savored. Let a gondolier serenade you as you glide past graceful palazzos. Dine by candlelight beside the Grand Canal. Shop for carnival masks and Murano glass on the Rialto Bridge. Wander through the quiet backstreets of the Dorsoduro. Enjoy a gelato on Piazza … Read More

Destination: Greece

Ancient Mythology and Modern-Day Delights You’ll love the sun-drenched islands, whitewashed towns, and a mythic past that just won’t quit. Enjoy the whitewashed dwellings of Mykonos, the historic ruins in Athens, the sun-soaked cafes on Crete, the famous views on Santorini, and the UNESCO-designated Old Town of Corfu. Greece is … Read More

Destination: Lisbon

The Hills Are Vibrant And Full Of Life While Lisbon is famous for its melancholic, mandolin-accompanied music, Fado, the city itself offers a different mood entirely. Colorful buildings line the narrow streets of the Alfama neighborhood, where cafes serve strong espresso and pastelerias dish out regional sweet treats. Yellow trams … Read More

Destination: Bolivia

Be Bowled Over    colorful contrasts, exotic towns, vibrant escape Touring Bolivia is like riding a rainbow, with its green Amazonian jungles, white-capped Andean mountains, pink flamingos wading in the red waters of Laguna Colorada, and cerulean skies reflected in Lake Titicaca. Browse for flamboyant souvenirs in the chaotic markets of … Read More

Destination: Lima

Emerging Cuisine    Peru’s Mega-Capital Is A Foodie Haven Lima has been around since 1535 — the Aliaga House is almost as old as Lima itself — but its recent history is often about its culinary scene. Because of immigration patterns, there’s a major Asian fusion trend in the city, and … Read More

Destination: Arequipa / Lake Titicaca / Colca Canyon

The Southern Part of the Peruvian Andes Sadly a bit over shadowed by Machu Pichu and the Sacred Valley. Arequipa makes a great starting point or end to your Peruvian adventure. Great for culture and food. Arequipa is a wonderful place to relax and acclimate for a few nights prior … Read More

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