One of the best aspects of traveling is sampling and enjoying the local cuisine. Food is near the heart of every culture (as folks like Anthony Bourdain, David Chang, and others have shown us over the years), and has a way of solidifying a memory.
You may not remember all the details of a trip, but there’s a good chance you’ll never forget the best food you had there.
Italian author Elena Ferrante once wrote, “It was marvelous to cross borders, to let oneself go within other cultures, discover the provisional nature of what I had taken as absolute.”
Beach vacations and bachelorette parties are a match made in heaven.
Whether you want to unwind or go wild, do high-octane activities or just relax with a cocktail, celebrating your friend’s impending nuptials on a spit of sand is the way to go.
Here’s the great thing about dream vacations: No matter what time of the year, it’s never too late to plan an escape to an exotic location.
When office dwellers daydream about escaping to paradise, they often picture the South Pacific—a clear blue ocean, straw-roofed hut, undisturbed beach, and tropical drink. It all sounds so good.