The best luxury hotels at Machu Picchu

As one of the greatest historical monuments in the world, Machu Picchu has been on many a traveller’s bucket list since its discovery in 1912. Dating back to the 1500’s, the ruins of this ancient citadel are unmistakable, often shrouded in mist rising from the surrounding cloud forest. It is, without doubt, one of the […]

Help Shape Life Nomadic 2

I’m about halfway through a transatlantic cruise, which means I’m also halfway through writing a new book. This time I’m writing a follow-up to Life Nomadic, since so much has changed about traveling and being a nomad since I wrote my first book. Also, the tech section in that book is embarrassingly out of date, […]

Shades of Shanghai – 5 luxury hotels for you

Visiting Shanghai even for the most seasoned traveller is mind boggling. This city with more than 24 million residents has preserved ancient temples and cobbled stone street neighbourhoods along with the world’s tallest and gravity defying thrill creating structures (tried the glass bottomed railing free walkway on the 88th floor yet?). Shanghai is a stylish, […]

The Diverse Beaches of Georgia’s Jekyll Island

A beach is a beach, right?  You’ve been to them a million times. Sand, surf, sun. They’re all the same. Not at Jekyll Island on the Georgia coast. This barrier island offers visitors several different beach environments, each of them perfect in their own way. Georgia beaches are known for their environmental diversity and resulting beauty. […]

5 ways to experience luxury in Berlin

By Olivier Templar-James on Apr 27, 2017 in Accommodation, Attractions, Bars, Europe, Germany, Going Out, Hotels, Leisure Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, Western Europe   – Read 1517 times Berlin, the capital city of Germany and a city that was so marked by numerous unfortunate events during its history, managed to rise and impress the world […]

RMS Queen Mary 2 – the ship of luxury

When it comes to transatlantic cruises and elegance, there’s no finer cruise ship than the RMS Queen Mary 2. Built in 2004 for Cunard Line, she has a huge passenger capacity of 2,620 and offers some of the best, most luxurious activities to experience on board a cruise ship. So, what makes Queen Mary 2 […]

5 of the best restaurants in Salento

Best known as the “Tuscany of the South”, Salento is a region in Puglia steeped in history, surrounded by baroque art, pristine white sandy beaches and crystal clear sea. The warm welcome of its inhabitants, the sunny weather and the abundance of fresh organic food and wine are a recipe for a memorable vacation. The […]

5 fascinating wellness spots in Asheville, NC

By Karyn Wofford on Apr 27, 2017 in Attractions, Going Out, Health & Safety, North America, North Carolina, Regions, Spas & Pampering, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, USA   – Read 1270 times Asheville, North Carolina; an artistic town rich in locally sourced dishes, diverse culture and wellness attractions. Browse Trip Advisor, and you’ll find an […]

5 unique hotels in East Coast Australia

As the world’s sixth largest country, Australia’s size means you can spend years exploring and still not scratch the surface of what it has to offer. Most visitors tend to stick to the ever-popular East Coast, which stretches from Cairns at the top to Melbourne at the bottom. Whether you’re looking for a glamorous beach retreat, […]

Dinner at ‘Ohana in Disney World Review

‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is arguably one of the most popular restaurants in Walt Disney World. Reservations are hard to come by, but does it live up to the hype, especially with children? Breakfast at ‘Ohana is a Character Meal, but dinner is not. However, with unlimited meat and the best dessert, it […]

Teri Waros of Moloka’i

“There’s a lot of us women that at this stage of our life that need to step out of the pace of life and take a look, be a little reflective and Moloka’i holds the space for that. You go to the beach, you’re going to be the only one on the beach.” ~ Teri […]

Special feature: Fiat Ducato Auto-Roller 707 motorhome

By Paul Johnson on Apr 26, 2017 in Accommodation, Europe, Family Travel, Featured, Leisure Travel, Road Travel, Special Features, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe   – Read 1104 times Normally my special features are reserved for hotels and vacation rental accommodation, but last weekend we did something a little different. We’ve been […]

7 Tips for Being a Tourist in Your Home City

Add to Flipboard Magazine. My parents recently came to visit me in San Francisco. It was their first time seeing the city, so I wanted to show them all that it has to offer. I enjoyed touring the city and surrounding area with them because it made me realize how long it had been since […]

Wedding worthy villas around the Med

By Paolo Macchiaroli on Apr 26, 2017 in Accommodation, Europe, France, Greece, Honeymoons, Italy, Regions, Spain, Speciality Travel, Vacation Rentals, Western Europe   – Read 22 times Destination weddings are wonderful both for the bride and groom to be and for their guests, who get to travel to an interesting and beautiful place. As the […]