I was opening a fifth browser tab when I caught myself. Researching a 600-plus-mile bikepacking route had nothing to do with what I needed to get done. I was just procrastinating, and my inner disciplinarian caught me and wagged his finger disapprovingly. I closed the tabs and went back to
Help keep Machu Picchu pristine and plastic free
Every stay at the beautifully rustic Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel helps to preserve Peru’s enigmatic ruined citadel. Accessible only by hiking the Inca Trail or by train, Machu Picchu was the first heritage destination in Latin America to deal effectively
Any travel requires some planning, especially if you’re going camping, hiking, or doing other activities outdoors. When you have ulcerative colitis (UC), you need to think even more about where to go, what to pack, and how to find the nearest bathroom.
Having UC shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the
This month’s batch of travel deals from our friends at Pure Michigan has lots of options, whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, or with friends and family. Included on the April list are deals on hotel stays in cities like Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor, and a Mother’s Day
Nearly 22 years since Anthony Bourdain’s best-selling memoir “Kitchen Confidential” was published, fans are getting another book from the late travel author and television star. A concept Bourdain began working on in 2018, “World Travel: An Irreverent Guide” was completed by his co-author and longtime assistant, Laurie Woolever, and will
Whether you are just passing through while driving Route 66 through Arizona, or plan a lengthy stay, at just a hair shy of 114,000 square miles, Arizona offers up thousands of miles of highway and road to cruise. From the pulse of the big city to the awe of natural