We arrived in Marrakech from Zurich. Having been to 60 countries, this was the worst immigration process I've ever seen. Over a thousand people in serpentine lines shuffling forward, most with their faces in their iPhones often neglecting to move.
We've just flown about 18,000 miles in 10 days, stayed at one of the finest hotels in Johannesburg (or in Africa), then in an exquisite game lodge in the "bush," and spent four full days leaving from 6 am to
The silence is stunning. We are motoring through the South African Veldt and when the engine is turned off you hear only silence. It is broken by an occasional bird’s trill, the bird itself an iridescent, curved-beak glider looking to
We're leaving Nantucket today after two fabulous weeks. Looking forward to going home. I've always believed that you should eagerly anticipate vacations, returns, and your career. Life is too short to dread daily existence,
I might have had the most perfectly cooked filet mignon in my life last night at the Hunt and Fish Club, then house seats at Carousel, and going backstage after to meet the Tony-nominated star. In other words, another average
There are wild donkeys here. And I don't mean skinny, weak creatures. They are good-looking, healthy, and highly independent. They are smart enough to walk along the verge and not in the middle of the very narrow roads. We saw
I'm hardly an analytic-type person, and my tendency is to deliberately place numbers outside of the boxes. But when I first started traveling in the 1970s I thought it would be cool to keep tabs on my airline miles (before any
Fiji is a very calming place. It’s similar to Bali in many ways, though the beaches are nicer and it’s far less crowded—about 800,000 people. As in Bali, and Bora Bora (one of my top spots in the world), people