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The nice thing about glamping is it allows people who honestly don’t like roughing it the opportunity to still commune with and appreciate big, powerful terrain: to see it under starlight, at sunrise and sunset, and in all the other magical guises the traditional camper...
Mongolia is a sprawling country in the fact that it is one of the least (if not the least) densely populated country in the world. We traveled for hours without seeing a ger – also called a “yurt” (the collapsible homes of nomadic Mongolian families),...
To give you some context, Thailand featured in my RTW trip as a final stop off to break up the flight home from Australia. I knew it as a country that featured as one of the original must travel locations and being a hub for...
A sensuous new beach resort has just opened in exclusive Lamai Beach in Thailand. Le Meridien Ko Samui Resort and Spa, a Starwood property, is comprised of 77 gorgeous suites and villas that resemble a traditional Asian seaside village. The 224-meter floating dock...
Bali is very well known as a vacation spot for spending time with family, blowing off the heat from a stressful job, and just relaxing and unwinding. Located in Indonesia, Bali has 33 provinces and is known throughout the world for unique and diverse landscapes....
The Philippines is a country not only rich in history but rich in culture, and wondrous beauty. The following are a collection of recommendations not to be missed during your visit to the Place of Real Wonders. ...
America Airlines flew us to the intriguing island of St. Kitts from Miami on a 3 hour fully booked flight - lots of vacationers had chosen the sleepy islands of St. Kitts and Nevis for their prized winter vacation. Grabbing a cab, we followed a...
Local food markets give a glimpse into the soul of a destination. The crops that local farmers grow and the culinary creations that food artisans produce speak to the history of the location and the traditions of its citizens. Nothing is more pleasing and engrossing than roaming among the stalls of a neighborhood farmer’s market or the grand food halls of a metropolitan city. In China I was almost afraid to look (bugs on a stick?!), in Vancouver the smells and colors were dazzling, in Hawaii I found vegetables I had never seen before in my life, and the markets in Rome and Paris were sensuous. Now that it’s harvest time around the world, don’t miss the opportunity to visit a luscious food market wherever you roam – here are some of the world’s favorites:
New York – Chelsea Market, a hub of foodie activity
San Francisco – Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, large Organics Markets, operates 3 times per week
New Orleans – Crescent City Farmers Market, Uptown and Downtown fabulous fruits
Seattle – Freemont Sunday Market – more than fruits & veggies – treasures of all description
Hawaii – Hawaii Farmers Markets Online, several gorgeous markets on every island
Vancouver – Granville Island Public Market, The ethnic diversity of Vancouver makes this market a sensory explosion
Mexico City – Mercado de la Merced, nirvana for chili pepper lovers – every color of the rainbow!