Halfway around the globe, on a small island in Southeast Asia, people are eating mango shaved ice, soup dumplings and scores of good things.
Polynesians carved enormous Maoi statues, transported them across the island and erected them. No one knows how.
Eureka moments on Highway 49 as gold country attractions segue to heart-racing adventures on California’s scenic waterways.
King salmon swim past Queen Charlotte Island on their way to spawning grounds.
Celebration Traveler Guides
As you visit the places in this eight-day guide, you discover a nation obsessed with food. The cuisine is as diverse as its population with dishes representing Taiwanese, Hakka, Hunan, Szechuan and Japanese cultures. The climate provides fresh produce, meat and seafood year round. Taiwan’s cultural and culinary offerings … [day-by-day guide...]
Prospectors, schemers and dreamers left an enduring mark on the towns along Highway 49. I followed in their footsteps, exploring California’s historic gold country from Placerville to Groveland on a six-day road trip. The gold discovery on the American River launched a worldwide stampede. Now visitors flock there for … [day-by-day guide...]
Italy’s alpine lakes offer cyclists much more than scenic rides. The lake shores are dotted with beach parks, resorts, villas, quaint villages and Italian towns settled in Roman times. Ferries provide easy access to bike paths and panoramic views of the Alps. Lake Maggiore is the most westerly and is 43 miles long; Lake … [day-by-day guide...]