Postcards tagged: Traveler's Tales
THAILAND – New York chef Marc Meyer crossed the globe to learn Thai cooking. It's all about ingredients, elements, combinations.
NEW YORK – Will the snow ever end this year? Here's a poetic reminder of the beauty in the season.
TURTLE ISLAND, Fiji – "No, it's a grand wedding. Come," she insists. That I don't know the couple doesn't seem to matter.
ROME – Pack up and move to Rome, start a business show people around on a Vespa, fall in love. Sounds like a solid life plan. Scooteroma's Annie Ojile takes us on a zippy tour.
Philosophically speaking, when do you really visit a country? When you get a passport stamp? When you spend the night at an airport hotel and get back on a plane pointed toward Ethiopia?
We sat there, feeling slightly awkward by her story of S&M gone wrong. But when she told us that leaving the US was the best thing she'd done, we were inspired to find more like her.
ULM, Germany – What happens when you go to a remote village to search for you ancestors with nothing but a rental car, a family tree, and limited language skills?
BARU, Colombia – At 5 a.m., we find every abandoned beach dog in town cowering in our living room, along with our caretaker, desperately trying to catch airborne patio furniture.
MAINCY, France – Forget Versailles. There's a better, more intimate château just as close to Paris. Same designers, same scandalous history. It's the ultimate antidote to Fashion Week.
BEIJING, China – As we traveled through Central Asia, we sampled sturgeon roe, honey cake, quark fritters, cherry cordial, chicken heart, fried bees, milk tea, and horse meat soup.