It was the ultimate game of cat and mouse "“ or human and monkey, in this case. Rested and wide-eyed from a blissful sleep at the Grand Formosa in Taiwan's Taroko National Park (www.taroko.gov.tw), I woke up earlier...Read More
Author: Dawna L. Robertson
I’ve hunted and collected beach glass ever since my days of beachcombing the Windward and North shores of Oahu. So when I came across a mother load in the sleepy fishing village of Puerto Angel, this heavenly slice of...Read More
OK. Maybe I'm a bit biased when it comes to Hawaii. While I'm not the least bit surprised that National Geographic Traveler has named Kona Village Resort to its annual "Stay List," I'm surprised that only...Read More
My fingers are crossed. When visiting Huatulco, Oaxaca last week, I was told by various visitor industry contacts that Mexicana Airlines plans to launch much-needed nonstop service from LAX to HUX this summer. The destination...Read More
For years, New Caledonians have used the catch phrase "France in the Pacific" to promote their country to the international tourist market. It's certainly that, with fashionistas crossing paths with the more...Read More
Sure, I can spot the Big Dipper. And while I love a full moon, nothing beats the promise of wishing on a shooting star. But those iconic nighttime wonders aside, my knowledge of a darkened sky is basic at best. Determined to...Read More
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