Guest Post by Robert Louthan. All photos by the author. Ecuador proved to be a very special country. The beautiful landscapes and friendly culture made it a hard place to walk away from, which is why I may have overstayed my three-month visa by just a little bit. I did
Traveling is fun and exciting because it takes you out of your typical routine and gives you something new to experience. No matter where your destination is, you’re bound to have a good time! There’s no work stress to think about or responsibilities to take care of. All you have
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Taking a trip to New York City can be one of the most fun things you’ll do in your lifetime. There’s just so much to do there, like visit museums or immerse yourself in different cultures. There’s history and life all wrapped up in one place, which will spark the adventurous spirit of anyone who drops by for a quick trip.
Lonely Planet and Fieldwork Brewing invite you to pull up a stool and raise a glass as they celebrate the launch of Travel Notes, their limited edition, International IPA and Lonely Planet’s new beer tasting travel guide, Global Beer Tour. Tuesday, June 13, 2017 | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
We all can imagine how dirty an airplane actually is – hundreds of people a day, sitting around being gross humans, for hours at a time. But as a flight attendant, I’m here to give you the real dirt on how filthy a plane actually is, based on what I’ve
“Latin women dig me. They really do. Like that woman the other day who gazed at me and said ‘you’ve got more eyes than a pineapple.’” That’s a brazen, almost pontificatory, snippet of notes from my recent trip south of the border. I wasn’t sure if they’d get published necessarily. They
I tense up as the tall gray-haired man wearing grandpa glasses yells to grab our attention and then stands a little too close for comfort. I was with 3 other women outside a Starbucks in Reno wearing Hillary Clinton t-shirts as we got ready to knocks on doors and talk to voters. Outside of my Bay Area bubble, I realize I’m assuming random people (well, white men at least) are Trump supporters until they prove otherwise.
I’m on my way to NYC and I will not be looking up the skirt of the Statue of Liberty, shrinking my pupils at Time Square or going to the tippy top of the Empire State Building. Though I’ve always tried to do things that were less touristy, I’m now