All posts by: Berit Baugher
SYDNEY – Beach culture is a huge part of Sydney life, so it wouldn’t be a proper visit without a stop-off (and dip-in) at some of the city’s best.
VALPARAÍSO, Chile – The country's most important port city is also home to a thriving street art scene, with works covering everything from the iconic funiculars to the hillside streets.
AUSTRALIA – Cuddle the koalas, outsmart the jellyfish, waltz with Matilda, spot the Heart Reef from the helicopter. It's all in a day's work in the gorgeous Great Barrier Reef.
We preview the travel magazines for you. This month: the best tailors in Naples, an interview with the Opening Ceremony duo, and packing tips from fashion writer Lynn Yaeger.
We preview the travel magazines for you. This month: inexpensive ethnic food in London, a real Native American powwow, and a good ol' human tower in Spain.
A small book light is handy when you're on an overnight flight and don't want to be the obnoxious person who keeps the light on while everyone is trying to sleep.
ROCKAWAY, New York – Everything old is new again in the beachy neighborhood in the borough of Queens. It's safe to say that Rockaway is — what else? — riding the wave.
From whole roasted pigs in the Philippines to Korean tables with built-in grills, here's a look at barbecuing traditions from around the world.
We preview the travel magazines for you. This month: The best lake escapes, a camp-inspired hotel, and a scenic eating tour along France's Route Nationale 7.
COPENHAGEN – The end result is a visual masterpiece — almost too beautiful to eat. There are hundreds of varieties, the most important elements being creaminess and crunchiness.