Ten Reasons to Stay at the Hotel Indigo Del Mar

Hotel Indigo Room

Recently the Hotel Indigo chain opened a new hotel in Del Mar, California, 20 miles north of San Diego. Knowing of the hotel group’s dog friendly policies, I suggested that I bring my dog Duncan along when I visited the hotel. Hotel Indigo is part of the Intercontinental Group, its niche within the organization to […]

Toronto to Seoul on Korean Air

Johnny and Natalie's first flight as a married couple

Trip: YYZ-ICN Airline:  Korean Air Aircraft: 777-200 Scheduled Departure Time: 12:15pm Push Back from Gate: 12:20pm Actual Departure Time: 12:33pm Actual Arrival Time: 2:55p Announced Flight time:  13:05 Miles: 6,580 Seat:  2D Two days after our wedding Natalie and I arrived at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport to make our way to Bali, Indonesia. To get there we flew […]

Seoul to Bali on Korean Air and Honeymoon Cake

Chillin' in biz class

Trip: ICN-DPS Airline: Korean Air Aircraft: A330-300 Scheduled Departure Time: 6:05pm Push Back from Gate: 6:03pm Actual Departure Time: 6:20pm Actual Arrival Time: 11:55pm Announced Flight time: 6:35 Miles: 3,280 Seat: 8G Honeymoon flight number two! In case you missed it, our first segment was 24 hours earlier when we flew from Toronto to Seoul. […]

Climbing Kilimanjaro

Tan-Kili-Lep

Michaela Guzy, Founder of OhThePeopleYouMeet.com on the top of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. As with most events in my life, how I ended up 19,341 vertical feet in the air at the top of Kilimanjaro, was due to a chance encounter.  In October 2011, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Adventure Travel Trade Association’s Annual Summit […]

Belgium: Brussels

A local on his way to work.

Photographer Tim Gaylord explored four cities in Belgium in four days. This is his photographic journey. ALL PHOTO GALLERIES: Brussels | Mechelen | Ghent | Bruges Belgium is quickly becoming one of Europe’s must-see destinations and after a recent trip that included stops in Brussels, Mechlen, Bruge and Ghent I understand why. My first stop […]

Chichén Itzá

Chichén Itzá, El Castillo

My Mundo Maya excursion in the Yucatán began at the pre-Hispanic world’s most celebrated archaeological site, Chichén Itzá. Possibly one of the most complex Maya sites, it was originally built by the Maya and later conquered by Itzás and Toltecs, and ultimately defeated by princes of Mayapán. Having seen so many photos of the site […]

The Iditarod – Anchorage, Alaska 2012

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I arrived in Anchorage via Alaska Air (my new favorite airline!) on March 2, 2012, on the eve of the ceremonial start of the Iditarod. I knew a bit about the race, but I was about to find myself surrounded by mushers, some whose legendary family members had won in the past, some with very […]

Top Reasons Vieques Island, Puerto Rico Should Be Your #1 Caribbean Destination

One of the beaches in front of the W Hotel Retreat and Spa, Vieques Island

Vieques Island is located just eight miles east of Puerto Rico and is definitely the place where you should head to get away from it all.  Escape everyday life stressors to enjoy Vieques beauty, quiet, and pristine beaches. The whole island feels like it is your own. This would be a great wedding destination or […]