New York to Kyoto
A Memorial Day Special Vacation
Buy a ticket now and help Japan on the way to recovery
How to find a restaurant in Vietnam
John M. Edwards
In imperial Hué, Vietnam, “ethnic eats” expert John M. Edwards alights upon a café not located in the Lonely Planet guide
Ups and Downs in Venezuela
I struggle through a crowd of people so thick I can’t see what I’m stepping on, as I drag my suitcases behind me.
Tea Time in Africa
Casey Hamilton in Mauritania
It had been a long day. It must have been nearing midnight and we sat in the back of a pickup truck with a group of Taiwanese commercial fishermen. The town was quiet and ominous.
Streets of Valletta
Valletta is a cosy, walkable capital city. Located on the Sciberras peninsula, it's just a mile from the city gates to Fort St Elmo overlooking two natural harbours its sandwiched between.
If one is visiting Ottawa, Canada’s capital, across the Ottawa River is the Outaouais Region of Quebec. Spend a day amid its green rolling park hills
A Fresh Powder Day in the Japanese Alps
There’s nothing like waking up to the sound of silence…the sound of a fresh snowfall. That’s how I feel as I hurriedly jump out of bed and onto the chairlift taking me up to the top of Happo Mountain.
Wait, You Did What in New Zealand?
I WWOOFed in New Zealand. No, I did not huff exotic forest fumes. I did not participate in an exciting new sensual act. And I did not howl at inanimate objects, not in New Zealand at least.
How We Met 'Gidget'
To celebrate my wife’s umteenth birthday, our family did Sunday Lunch at Duke’s Restaurant in Malibu and there she was, the real Gidget
Jordan Rally on Dead Sea
Watching car racing rallies increases your heartbeats, drives your adrenalin up, and makes you want to fly
Okay, I think I get it.
Fourteen months ago a majority of Americans, anywhere from 52 to 58 percent depending on the politically bias nature of the polling, were against government-run health care... now all is changed.
How I Survived Judgement Day
I've been listening to Harold Camping on Family Radio since the early nineties; tooling along Route 84 in the wee hours
It’s a dream come true for me to have French presidential politics determined in a New York City hotel room on the basis of a blowjob
University Tuition Fees
How will students benefit from rising fees?
Osama & Out
+ Readers Responses
He was a man who forever changed the culture, economies and domestic and foreign policies of the entire Western world
Your Cash down the You Tube
Ever since the first video was uploaded on April 23, 2005, YouTube.com has grown into the world's largest online video portal
Crucial Month For Spain
The main opposition party rant about the whole bloody mess the country is in, starting with the corruption scandals in Andalucía, a socialist fiefdom, that have squandered millions of Euros
Save The Cheers
As time goes on there seems to be questions raised about the death of Osama Bin Laden
No Sympathy For The Devil
PhD - An Abstract on the ‘Paranormal Human Disorder’!
Impossible, this is highly impossible; I threw my hands in despair after going through the 4th DNA sequencing report. It didn’t work this time too!
Shan Refugees in Malaysia (Part1)
For seven days, they were locked in a container, traveling in the back of a truck, With no idea where they were going, they may just as well have been sold into slavery
Sometimes looking for the good in people can turn you into worse of a misanthrope when they fail to live up to their own good qualities. That’s particularly true when you live in New York
My Latest Misadventure
I could not escape; the slimy, hard-shelled, bug-like creature clamped onto my right thigh and would not let go.
Before taking the tiny, jam-packed bus from Sorrento to Positano, passengers should consider writing a will before boarding. My four day adventure around the Sorrento area included some of Italy’s most beautiful cities.
What Lies Beneath
Brett Longstaff in Paris
Not knowing really what to expect, I read the inscription upon the stone portal on entry; “Arrete, c’est ici l’empire de la mort.”
City-Pick Amsterdam: the city, the guidebook & the footsore tourist
We took a trip last month to Amsterdam. It was to be a brief taster of all that the city has to offer if one only had a bit more time to spend there.
An American in Scotland
My senior spring break found me not in some Caribbean Island, or roaming the seas on a cruise-liner, but friend-hopping through the UK, visiting pals pursuing levels of education much beyond my ambition.
Art of the Giddy Hangover
It was like a snap; the kind of ghastly sound a finely tuned athlete hears when it all goes wrong inside.
The real Sword in the Stone
A mysterious sword in a stone - but it is not in Camelot, and not even in Britain.
Banning dogs in New York City
Ngige Re-branded Akunyili
The Confusion of Nigerian elections
‘Safe, secure, and stable’, this is how tourists describe Jordan
“We loved being in Jordan. There was no safety concerns while we were here...