Category: North America

  • Following the Upstate Honey Trail

    Following the Upstate Honey Trail

    Once she started looking for local honey in NYC, Giulia Grazzini found herself surrounded. From rooftop gardens like the one found at COOKFOX, an NYC-based architectural studio, to week-long honey festivals like Honey Fest, New York is full of honey bees and their delicious nectar. But it wasn’t until Giulia took a trip upstate when…

  • Talking the Grand Canyon with Greg Stevenson

    Talking the Grand Canyon with Greg Stevenson



    During our production trip in Arizona, we discovered an outfitter store in Sedona that had everything outdoor enthusiasts like us could ever need or want. Gear, fresh coffee, snacks, smoothies, specialty permits for trailheads, a map station, and a knowledgeable employee who answered all of our questions and gave us pointers about the area. This…

  • A Weekend in St. Petersburg, Florida

    A Weekend in St. Petersburg, Florida Created By Indiana Lang Recently my wife and I took a visit to St. Petersburg, Florida. As a sort of a mini vacation, as we like to call them, we stayed for just under 36 hours, but really packed a lot of adventure into those hours. Here is a…

  • A Tribute to Utah and Arizona’s National Parks

    A Tribute to Utah and Arizona’s National Parks

    Separated by a state border but connected by raw and rugged desert landscapes, Utah and Arizona’s National Parks are ideal destinations for those who enjoy starlit nights, quiet solace and unforgettable experiences. In my opinion, Arizona and Utah are home to some of the most intriguing and brilliantly-colored areas in the world; the landscapes found…

  • Newport Back Bay: Something for Everyone



    Nestled in the center of busy streets, multi-million dollar homes and shopping malls is a small body of water that is teaming with life: the Newport Back Bay. This estuary was once on the brink of extinction as developers sought to gain access to it. But with the help of several organizations and dedicated individuals,…

  • 3 Reasons To Visit The Turks and Caicos Islands

    3 Reasons To Visit The Turks and Caicos Islands

    If you’re in the process of planning a vacation, you could do far worse than consider what the Turks and Caicos Islands have to offer. Situated some 550 miles South East of Miami, just below the Bahamas and to the East of Cuba, this collection of 40 islands and cays is widely regarded as one of…

  • Have You Seen Cuba, Yet?

    Have You Seen Cuba, Yet?

    If there is an island, for junkie travelers, in the Caribbean that is a must-see, it’s Cuba! Cuba offers a unique, in many respects, holiday paradise, with over 4000 islands – including the island chains with the wonderful name of “Gardens of the King”, with stunning white beaches on the coast and historic port cities,…

  • 11 Greatest Locations to Journey Solo in USA



    Has travelling alone ever been in your bucket checklist? If sure, then discover your good vacation spot within the USA amongst the plethora of touristic locations it presents. Selecting the highest locations to journey solo appears to be tough, however we’ve bought you coated. Head out on your hassle-free enthralling journey to those 11 greatest…

  • San Francisco: Best Places to Visit

    San Francisco: Best Places to Visit

    San Francisco’s streets are so very drenched in culture that each year it attracts approximately 16 million visitors. Those iconic downhill dips and ramps of the long expansive roads, as Steve McQueen roars past to a melody of sirens, in a flashback to 1968′s groundbreaking chase movie, Bullitt. But what is it that can make…

  • Las Vegas – The Venetian



    The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino contains everything listed in its name, and a great deal more. Once upon a time on its site stood the legendary Sands Hotel. But Frank Sinatra and his Rat Pack were long departed from the scene by the time the venerated structure was demolished to make way for The Venetian.…