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It was the Blue Angels, an elite team of precision Navy jet pilots, that first sparked Brian J. Terwilliger’s interest in flying. He is now a licensed pilot and combines his love of flight with his talents as a director and producer, creating three documentaries centered on aviation. Brian’s most recent film, “Living in the Age […]
Camping or glamping? Are you all about “roughing it” or do you require a hot shower and a comfortable bed for every vacation? We asked, you answered—and shared some of your favorite camping and glamping experiences. Check out some of our favorite responses:
Last month, one of our weekly Twitter chats was all about life lessons learned through travel. What impressed me most—and made me love our Twitter chat family even more—was, when asked what lesson they wished more travelers would learn while abroad, many responded by stressing the importance of adapting to your surroundings and interacting with the […]
There once was a time when people arrived at the airport in their finest dresses and suits to board an airplane. Nowadays, you’re more likely to find fellow passengers in sweats who are none too shy about snacking on stinky food, passing gas, and taking over the armrest.
Las Vegas. The city’s name immediately conjures visions of bright lights, showgirls, blackjack tables, and all-you-can-eat buffets. People from all over the world flock to Las Vegas looking for gambling, shopping, dining, and entertainment—and often make decisions meant to stay within the confines of county limits.
Travel can teach us many things—a new language or skill, a lesson in safety or solitude, or a greater understanding of the world around us. For this week’s Twitter chat, we shared stories about how travel has changed us and what we continue to learn and implement into our daily lives.
James Beard Foundation nominee Bun Lai is the owner of and chef at the world’s first sustainable sushi restaurant: Miya’s Sushi in New Haven, Connecticut. Chef Lai’s travels are driven by a search for edible invasive species to serve at his sushi bar, which has led to many an adventure. We got the scoop about chef Lai’s […]
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama removed Cuba from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list, further opening the country up to American travelers. This got us thinking about how small our world has become, due to an ease in travel regulations and/or an increase in transportation options. We know our chat participants have visited some amazing, […]