Beaches

By Deborah Gaines Like most of us, I have a travel bucket list. I crave exotic destinations, electrifying experiences, and adventures I’ll never forget. But after three years of pandemic restrictions, I’ve lost my appetite for discomfort. I’m not willing to take the kind of risks that once invigorated me,

By Mary Anne Evans  I’ve been visiting Tenerife for the last 15 years and each time I find something new to discover on this surprisingly diverse island. Tenerife may be just 86 kms long and 56 kms wide (smaller than little Rhode island) but it packs a real punch. So

By Ann Abel I suppose that was a rhetorical question. We all need summer, especially this year, while many of us are trying to hibernate through locked-down Februaries. But around the northern hemisphere, there are some beaches that actually get better around the winter solstice. The emptiness is romantic and