It was the ultimate game of cat and mouse â€“ or human and monkey, in this case. Rested and wide-eyed from a blissful sleep at the Grand Formosa in Taiwanâ€™s Taroko National Park (www.taroko.gov.tw), I woke up earlier than...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 Iâ€™m a bit biased when it comes to Hawaii. While Iâ€™m not the least bit surprised that National Geographic Traveler has named Kona Village Resort to its annual â€œStay List,â€ Iâ€™m surprised that only five Hawaii...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 â€œFrance in the Pacificâ€ to promote their country to the international tourist market. Itâ€™s certainly that, with fashionistas crossing paths with the more casual clad in...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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