A Gastronomic Getaway At The Palace Hotel Tokyo

Culinary travel is and has been very important for many travelers who want to experience every facet of foreign cultures. Local food and drink is the connection that every traveler can relate to, it brings us closer together as people in ways that just observing can’t accomplish.
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By |July 27th, 2016|Categories: Adventure, Asia, Featured, Japan, See and Do, Tokyo|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Caballadas By Horse: Argentine Holiday Ride Offers Food and Wines

I am on a ride at Caballadas and  momentarily stunned. I find myself on rocky ground tangled in sparse grass, sprawled out between the stones, under thorny scrub trees. But let’s back up. Experienced trail riders know that if you have to go under a thicket of low trees, you should keep your head lower than your horse’s. When I saw the inevitable coming, I tried to flatten to my mount’s neck, but my riding helmet prevented me from doing so. This created a gap at the neck of  my jacket, which was immediately speared by a branch. I figured the best bet was to release the stirrups and roll off.

“Are you O.K.?” Santiago cries as he races towards me on his young polo- pony-in-training. He looks concerned, while I manage an embarrassed smile and answer “Yes.” After a short appraisal, Santiago […]

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RIDE MAGAZINE: Ride Utah’s Snowbird Wilderness

“My grandfather was a mountain man. He trapped this area and my family always enjoyed the outdoors. I have had horses all of my life.” ~ P.J. Clayton

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Cowgirl Magazine Article — “Go West” (Indies)!

We felt the bump of the runway when the plane touched down, then reverse thrusters roared and we surrendered to gravity and redirected motion. American Airline's flight 606 arrived late and taxied into Puerto Rico's Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport.

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Riding the El Yunque Jungle trail in Puerto Rico

At a viewpoint looking out to El Yunque we just sat on our horses appreciating the view of the green mountain covered in tropical jungle. Were those the famed indigenous Puerto Rico parrots flying up out of the canopy?

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Timberline Lodge, Lighted ships celebrate Christmas

Celebrating Christmas in the Pacific Northwest is a natural. Oregon is the number one U.S. producer of Christmas trees so even it’s agricultural traditions are part of this treasured holiday. Here are two longstanding traditions that are part of many an Oregon Christmas.

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By |January 28th, 2010|Categories: Adventure, Destinations, Oregon, Recipes, Savor, See and Do, United States|Tags: , , , |1 Comment