India has a long history, and it is a major player in the world today. But its growing population and poverty often overshadow its rich legacy. Published March 26 2012
Cuba, once a favorite destination for Americans, has suffered in the last fifty years. Now with looser restrictions the tourists are slowly returning. Published March 19 2012
Islam is one of the most talked about and misunderstood topics in media today. Published March 13 2012
When trains, boats, cable cars and funiculars combine into a single transportation network you get the world's best travel system in Switzerland. Published March 12 2012
Though flying has become a hassle in recent years, there have been many technological advances that have made traveling easier, safer and more convenient. Here are ten. Published March 3 2012
After three decades of traveling the world, I decided to attempt to become a member of The Century Club by visiting 100 countries or more. As an ex-Marine, former professional baseball player and commercial broadcaster, I have had many rewarding ...Read More
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