Travel Africa by car; go ahead, I dare you. Flat tires and sore bottoms from endless dirt roads are guaranteed, and so is a generous load of adventure. In six month in Central America driving 1971 VW old-timer...Read More
I found that nowhere in the world is the wine as fine and varied as in Italy. Towns only 20 kilometers apart produce unique varieties made from the same grapes, appellations they can call all their own. Driving through each will...Read More
Most of my day was spent in a van cruising along the roads leading out of Mazatlan. I whizzed passed lots of green rolling hills with construction, cows, stray dogs and a curious pair of copulating donkeys on the side of the...Read More
Everything in the Amalfi Coast is lemony. The perfumes, ceramic tiles, cups and saucers, main courses, desserts, refreshing drinks and, of course, the prize winner, Limoncello are just lemony. Up until now, I am oblivious to the...Read More
In Morocco you can enjoy a good scrubbing local hammam style, sip on a hearty harira soup after sunset and discover the fishing town and windswept beaches that inspired the guitar legend himself, Jimi Hendrixâ€¦ In Morocco you...Read More
When I was a child my family relocated cross-country to California via the Mother Road, historic Route 66. Even at that tender age, I enjoyed the trip in a station-wagon piled high with our possessions, â€˜Grapes of Wrathâ€™...Read More
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