Historic, Elegant Quebec City a Summer Treat

June 14, 2016 - Sin comentarios

North America has only three countries officially, but even so, culturally manages to be an amazingly varied continent. There’s no better example than the robust, vibrant francophone culture of Canada’s Quebec province. Its historic capital (po...Leer más

Plenty of Canada Cool in Toronto, Eh?

April 15, 2016 - Sin comentarios

Why do I love Canada’s biggest city and metropolitan area so much? Well, I’ve had the privilege of experiencing many, many of the world’s biggest, but this sprawling charmer on Lake Ontario (pop. 2.6 million) feels unique to me in the mix o...Leer más

4 of the World’s Best Aviation Museums

September 10, 2015 - Sin comentarios

Many aviation geeks plan travel not only around airport planespotting opportunities but also to ogle some of the world’s most impressive collections of vintage and modern aircraft open to the public. There are dozens around the world, but here'...Leer más

Parlez-Vous Montreal?

July 30, 2015 - Sin comentarios

On an island in Quebec’s St. Lawrence River, Canada’s second largest city is, it’s fair to say, firmly in a league of its own. Bilingual yet multicultural; mixing the centuries-old colonial with the up-to-the-minute cutting edge; almost as ac...Leer más

14 Top USA & Canada Gay Travel Destinations

June 26, 2015 - Sin comentarios

As June 28th is  Gay Pride Day - and today gay marriage equality has just been extended nationwide in the United States - what better weekend to follow up my 2014 survey of top gay travel destinations in Europe with another batch in the USA a...Leer más

The Star Quality of Niagara Falls

March 16, 2015 - Sin comentarios

Crashing spectacularly over the Niagara Gorge astride the USA/Canada border, Niagara Falls may not be the world's highest (that would be Venezuela's Angel Falls) waterfall, nor its most voluminous (prize here goes to the Chutes de Khone in Laos)...Leer más

6 of the World’s Choicest Chinatowns

February 19, 2015 - Sin comentarios

恭喜發財 (That's Kung hei fat choy! to you). As hundreds of millions ring in the Year of the Sheep for Chinese New Year (aka Lunar New Year) today, I'm reminded of one of the Chinese diaspora's great gifts to travellers across the planet: ...Leer más

Ice Wine – How Sweet It Is!

January 19, 2015 - Sin comentarios

For the most part, we quite rightly associate wine grape production with fairly temperate climates, whether in Europe, North America, Africa, Australia, or wherever. But those few wine-growing regions which can still count on freezing temperature...Leer más

A Jammin’ July in Ronda Magazine

July 1, 2014 - 2 comentarios

As we're so pleased to be returning to the Dominican Republic via its capital Santo Domingo, we thought it would be a good time to train the Ronda spotlight on a city that many visitors often overlook in favour of the spectacular Dominican beach reso...Leer más

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