All posts by: Stephanie March
MARRAKECH – It takes the museum/shopping/spa cliché and turns it on its head. This city is the ultimate girls' night out.
STOCKHOLM — The people, gorgeous creatures all of them, are very proud of their country and eager to show it off.
The Fathom pack-off competition heats up. In this entry, the rolling pack vies for the prize.
ISTANBUL – This is not the Middle East. It's not Europe, New York, or the Greek Islands. Or Alexander the Great. It's all of them at the same time. Stephanie reports from Istanbul, Cappadocia, and Ephesus.
I always pack a corkscrew. There's nothing more exasperating than having a gorgeous bottle of wine in front of you and no way to open it.
TULUM, Mexico – If you do not like tequila-based cocktails mixed with fresh juice and served in giant mason jars, stay far away.
I have traveled to my fair share of destinations requiring loose cotton clothing that can be easily washed in the sink. It doesn't mean I have to dress like a park ranger.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Sometimes you have to travel the wrong way to learn how to travel the right way. Stephanie March has the ten-step plan for a great time in BA.
ANTIGUA, Guatemala – A Central American textile shop offers artisan-made souvenirs that are sustainable and low-impact.
That contrast is never more apparent than when you open your purse to buy water and realize your beautiful, stupid purse cost more than the person selling the water will see in a year.