Worst. Seat. Ever.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

In our highbrow post of the day, the NY Post (who else?) has this story of a stewardess who snapped the above picture of a rather — how should we say this? — un-buoyant passenger. Per FlightGlobal.com, “The [flight attendant] took it to show her manager what was happening on the aircraft and why she […]

Video: Why The World Flocks To Alberta For Skiing

Thursday, December 3, 2009

You curious to meet the man behind the myth of TheExpeditioner.com’s Jon Wick? Are you going to be surprised at how good the skiing looks around Calgary? Does everyone affiliated with TheExpeditioner.com have beards? Yes, yes, and yes. Check out Jon’s vid of Calgary, where he re-ups his caffeine intake at Canada’s iconic (although, not […]

Travel Channel’s Bourdain and Zimmerman Revealed

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

There’s still hope for the regular guy out there to someday get an outstanding gig with the Travel Channel and settle into arguably the greatest job on earth. I mean, if Samantha Brown can do it . . . Jaunted did a piece, in which they attended a party co-hosted by our Travel Channel friends […]

Where Should You Ski This Winter?

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

If you’re even remotely thinking of skiing this winter, you’ve got to check out this map of 68 ski resorts in the Northeast United States and Quebec. Coming from Colorado, I kind of forget just how many good ski spots there are in the East. Given that most are a day’s drive away for those […]

Why Every Skier Must Get To Europe

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

It’s no secret I choose skiing as my winter escape, so naturally I gravitate towards ski destinations this time of year. Recently, Travel & Leisure put together a collection of 16 of the world’s scariest (ahem, gnarliest) ski slopes, convincing me that Europe may just be where it’s at. In particular, France appears three different […]

The World’s Ultimate Hike . . . Down

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Most hikers brag about how far up they’ve gone, but what about treks going down into the earth?  For what has to be one of the world’s ultimate hikes, try heading to the Grand Canyon, where you can descend one mile down past eons worth of rock layers, as is described in this NY Times […]

Granada On Haphazard Guitar Strings

Sunday, November 29, 2009

A night out on the town in Granada, Nicaragua, with a Canadian, a Rastafarian painter, and an ex-revolutionary. Does it get any better than this? By Luke Armstrong España was beautiful, young, Argentinean, and when she came up to talk to me on a bus heading towards the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border to ask if I […]

Travel Ideas To Blow That Holiday Bonus Check

Thursday, November 26, 2009

O.K. It’s that time of year. Time to use up the remaining vacation days you’ve saved up for no reason, and the important decision of how you will blow that end of the year bonus check. I guess, that’s just my way of thinking (might not want to follow my lead on that one). I will soon be […]

Be Cool In Buenos Aires: Eat Secretly or Man I’m Sad I’m Not There Right Now

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

As I pack my bags here in gray New York City for my trip home for Thanksgiving, it’s hard to imagine that to the day, two years ago, I was in sunny Argentina, sopping up the rays, and wafting in the scents of the freshly blooming Jacarandas. Sigh. Naturally, I’m gravitating towards anything Buenos Aires […]

Learn The Language? No, Just Get A Pair Of Smart Glasses Instead

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

This BBC article actually made me tilt my head a little and sigh, “wow,” under my breath (that hasn’t happened in a while). A company has just announced the invention of a pair of glasses that, when paired with a microphone and translation software, will project real-time translations into your eyes. There is also a […]

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