Assess Your Risk. Any time you leave your house, you increase your risk of contracting the coronavirus. The sneaky part of this virus is that we can have it and be asymptomatic for up to 14 days, so it’s advised not to travel if you have any ... Read More »
And you’re off! It may not be to Africa or Antibes, but car travel is the new vacation. As the author of a travel book, prepping for any trip takes time. Create a checklist much like a shopping list. If you’re organized prior to leaving, ... Read More »
High above the clouds with my Sol Sisters.
Rancho La Puerta is a magical place for me. My interests growing up rarely involved exercise except for swim team. If there was a cheer leading squad, ... Read More »
When you’re on a ship at sea, the captain is always king. You might not be lucky enough to sit at his table for dinner, but remember that you are a subject of his kingdom. For smooth sailing on the seas, remember your proper etiquette, but also keep ... Read More »
If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will lead you there. —Lewis Carroll
Orange may be the new black, but India is saffron, indigo, marigold and emerald all rolled into one. The colors hit your senses at every turn, as does the sheer ... Read More »
Whether you’re being served at a table or you serve yourself, the rules of courteous behavior still apply. Here are 10 basic rules to follow when you’re on a cruise and faced with serving yourself at a buffet.
1. Thou shall be patient in line. Buffet ... Read More »
Internationally speaking, it pays to think globally and act locally. When traveling abroad, it’s important to learn about the people and culture you are doing business with, so as not to be misunderstood or appear rude. Here are some tips for businesspeople and other visitors traveling in ... Read More »
Uber. How many times does this word enter your vocabulary? It rarely entered mine until the personal car service Uber was formed. Now available in many major U.S. cities and in twenty-two countries, Uber allows you to book and pay for a car online or with your smartphone, ... Read More »
Japan was closed to the West for many years before the middle of the nineteenth century, and it remains a uniquely individual culture. Travelers for both business and pleasure should learn a few points of protocol before visiting Japan, as this will add greatly to the success ... Read More »