Remember the Terrapin!

Remember the Terrapin! Photos from the MD Dept of Natural Resource “Remember the terrapin, when you set out crab pots this year,” says Dr. Chris Rowe, Associate Professor and Terrapin Researcher with the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL) of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science located on Solomons Island. The Maryland Department of Natural […]

Malawi: Africa’s Best Kept Secret

Take Photos, Leave Footprints By Scott Dicken Photos by Scott Dicken Malawi: Africa’s Best Kept Secret Malawi is, in my opinion, one of Africa’s best kept secrets. Despite a concerted effort by the Government of Malawi, and plenty of international press opining its virtues, the relatively small, land-locked Southeast African country seems to have remained […]

From Cancun to Turks and Caicos, 7 Cocktails to Make Right Now

By Alexander Britell and the Caribbean Journal Staff From Cancun to Turks and Caicos, 7 Cocktails to Make Right Now If you’re at home right now, you’re probably still dreaming about the Caribbean. And for those of us who can’t be in the region right now, there are still some ways to rediscover the Caribbean […]

BUY YOUR DOG A SERVICE DOG VEST ONLINE AND TAKE HIM ANYWHERE…

By Julie Reardon BUY YOUR DOG A SERVICE DOG VEST ONLINE AND TAKE HIM ANYWHERE… …Actually, please don’t. We Americans love our pets and spending time with them, whether at home during enforced social distancing or taking them places with us. A happy outcome of this is the increased number of places we can bring […]

Adrenaline Tourism: Swimming with Sharks in Fiji

By Scott Dicken Adrenaline Tourism: Swimming with Sharks in Fiji When thinking of Fiji one may daydream of invitingly pristine white-sand beaches, hammocks strung between palm trees, and bars serving ice cold beers. And you would be right. Kuata, a tiny island only two hours by boat from Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu, lives […]

Rum Journal: Cruzan Single Barrel, the Essence of St Croix

Rum Journal: Cruzan Single Barrel, the Essence of St Croix By Alexander Britell St Croix changes as you drive along its green curves, beaches giving way to lush hills and farmland and ocean cliffs. It’s an island that rewards those who dig deeper, whether you’re walking the old alleys of Christiansted or bowing your head through […]

AND THEY’RE OFF! Point to point season kicks off this month in the Blue Ridge

AND THEY’RE OFF! Point to point season kicks off this month in the Blue Ridge by Julie Reardon Spring may not feel like it’s here yet, but it’s a sure sign it’s on the way when the point to point season gets underway in early March. And, there’s no better cure for a little cabin […]

Experience the MGM Grand for Under a $100!

By Lani Gering Experience the MGM Grand for Under a $100! Well, it may be apparent that I was grasping at straws for some subject matter for this column this month. After having received nothing from the marketing and PR gurus for the Harbor regarding February happenings, I decided on taking a solo trip to […]

Acute Mountain Sickness: An Everest Evacuation Vacation Story

Take Photos, Leave Foot Prints by Scott Dicken Acute Mountain Sickness: An Everest Evacuation Vacation Story Sirens blared as we weaved our way around the airport tarmac and through the morning rush hour traffic of Kathmandu. Sitting in the back of the ambulance I looked down at my wife who was being tended to by […]

Five Reasons You Should Go Sailing in 2020

Five Reasons You Should Go Sailing in 2020 by Molly Winans Allow me to be the one writer on a February deadline to not discuss valentines, black history, presidents, tax season, or how cold it is. Let’s talk about the five reasons you should go sailing this year. I know, it’s cold—but we’ve agreed not […]