Don’t Judge a Book By Its Cover And Other Travel Deceptions

When I first began traveling on a semi-regular basis to academic meetings and conferences, I wore a navy blue blazer or herringbone sport coat, polyester permanent press oxford dress shirt, a pair of pressed slacks, penny loafers or wingtips, and—at times—a necktie.

Bucket Lists Are for The Young

“The 50 Most Unforgettable Things You Have to Do Abroad Before You Die.” The author’s recommendations included such activities as a free-dive on a Caribbean shipwreck, a mountain bike ride down Bolivia’s no-rails Road of Death, and hiking with lungs burning to a Bhutanese monastery.

Overtourism and What to Do About It

With Overtourism threatening the long-term welfare of favorite state-side destinations like Cape Cod, southern Florida, and our national parks, let’s take a closer look at this phenomenon and some potential solutions.

Bienvenue Translates to More Tourism in NH

 For a long time, the word “Bienvenue” has accompanied “Welcome” on signs at entry points into New Hampshire. Now, owing to dedicated effort by a handful of educators and state government officials, Bienvenue au New Hampshire has taken on an expanded purpose.

Personal Space and Travel:  A Cultural War in Miniature

NH Travel Guru: Years ago, I boarded a Greyhound Bus in New Orleans, bound for Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The young child seated behind me had a terrible cold, which manifested itself in the form of a loud, moist cough. And then …