April 2011

By Steve Jermanok As an adventure travel writer, I’ve been paid to bike around the Big Island of Hawaii, sea kayak the Fijian islands, dive the Great Barrier Reef, and paddle the Allagash River during a memorable foliage. Then I had my first child and the canoes, skies, and other

By Gerrie Summers I probably should not admit this, but the only thing I really knew about Seattle (other than it is in Washington state) had to do with a coffee place that can now be found in every nook and cranny in New York City, including my kitchen. OK,

By Nan Lyons Lights! Camera!! Cilantro!!!!! What becomes a ga-zillion dollar restaurant with a nutritionally correct menu most? If it’s Rouge Tomate, then it has to be it’s executive chef, Jeremy Bearman. A New Yorker most of his life, Chef Bearman took a gamble, quite literally, and spent some quality

By Everett Potter In the late 1990’s, I traveled through Morocco with Butterfield & Robinson, the Canadian biking and walking company. On this trip, I met an engaging young guide named Greg Sacks. Shortly thereafter, I met another bright, adventurous B&R guide named Charlie Scott. After they spent years taking

  One of the most unique opportunities in the Caribbean is the chance to race aboard authentic America’s Cup boats used in the actual competition. In the three-hour sailing fantasy camp called the Sint Maarten 12 Metre Challenge, you have the rare opportunity to step into Dennis Conner’s soft-soled shoes.