‘People Mover’ was supposed to stay open during an upgrade. It did not.
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We really believe in this new itinerary in the Philippines and want to run the cruise as scheduled below in order to develop the content for marketing and the interests of the discerning divers that has “been there, done that… where else do we go?” syndrome. Read more
In the near-equatorial city, it’s a warm and sticky evening—spritz weather. So my first stop is Caffe Fernet, a venue its proprietor calls an indoor-outdoor Italian Balthazar, which is right on. I sipped a Campari-manzanilla spritz on the harborfront, with a front-row view of the nightly light show at Marina Bay Sands, the most striking mega-hotel on the city’s already-distinctive skyline. Read more
The conventional wisdom is that the Caribbean is a no-go zone during hurricane season. The conventional wisdom is wrong. Even though some parts of the year are more statistically likely to see hurricanes, that hardly means a strong tropical storm is guaranteed. Read more
Join award-winning photographer, Todd Winner, as we travel from Puerto Penasco to San Jose del Cabo and learn how to photograph the smallest of small critters to the largest of large mammals!