A few wrong turns meant a few hundred more feet of climbing, all culminating in a chilly, wind-swept summit – but the views were worth it.
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Escaping the furious pace of England’s “classified” roads meant leaving behind many of their safeguards.
Walking the Wall
A strenuous hike along England’s Hadrian’s Wall rewards with a glimpse into an ancient time and stunning scenery.
Skiing in the Mid-Atlantic seems like an exercise in frustration, but somehow local resorts manage to pull it off.
Morocco: Calm amidst the storm
Free of distracting turmoil, Morocco offers a glimpse of the best that North Africa has to offer.
What hell is going to feel like
A Death Valley road trip coincided with the anniversary of the hottest air temperature ever reliably recorded.
Traveling on a long leash
When work and travel overlapped, a small Brazilian village offered a chance to finish assignments and get my trip started.
Swimming Negril’s coral reefs
Taking in Negril’s coral reefs is easy on the stomach and the wallet and a great way to get a taste of what lies beneath the waves.
Something for everyone
Hedonists, stoners, and families all find a place on Negril’s sunny beaches and crystal waters.
Kamakura: A past preserved
A former capital quietly preserves its antique treasures while serving as a refuge from the frenetic world outside its borders.
Faces of India
It is impossible to capture all the color and diversity of India, but it is everywhere and a highlight of any trip to the region.
Have wheelbarrow, will travel
With modern transport all but prohibited, Brazil’s Morro de Sao Paulo let’s you slow down and watch the pushcarts go by.