The 10 Best On-Mountain Restaurants at Ski Resorts In North America: Peak Eats

Lunch can be another high point of your ski day. With day lift ticket prices pushing $200, ski and snowboard areas have upped the quality of their high-country cuisine for food lovers. Forget burgers and hot dogs for lunch… Resorts now serve on-piste repasts such as Kobe-beef chili and grilled venison in elegant, sit-down settings. […]

Cuba Motorcycles

A Group of Boomers Tours Cuba by BMW and Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

Eighteen years had passed since I first rode my R100GS to the Bay of Pigs during a three-month-long, 7,000-mile exploration of Cuba as a professional journalist. Eighteen years spent dreaming of leading the first U.S. group motorcycle tours of the island. Finally… I was so stoked, I couldn’t suppress my glee any longer. “Yeeeeeeaaah!” I […]

Timeless Fiji

Most vacationers complain that their trip seemed too short — that “I was just starting to slow down.” Days passing too quickly definitely was not my experience when my wife Daya and I spent eight days at Turtle Island in Fiji this October. Time disappeared. The holiday felt endless, as if more experiences always awaited. […]

The Canary Islands

The Canary Islands were a constant surprise — and a very pleasant one at that. My previous impression of the Canary Islands, based on limited secondhand knowledge, was that they were a great beach destination. That part proved to be true. However, my interests went beyond lying on the beach. As always on holidays, I […]

Travels In Sri Lanka – Finding the Ancient Past of the “Resplendent Isle”

Having traveled in India on more than one occasion, becoming acquainted (sometimes overwhelmed) with its geographical immensity, ancient and diverse cultures, I’ve long held a curiosity about Sri Lanka, the relatively small island neighbor lying less than 20 miles from India’s south eastern coast. Considering Sri Lanka’s location in the equatorial tropics of the Indian […]