Posted on February 3, 2013
Photo Credit: Jason G. Lewis
I didn’t make Grand Central Terminal’s grand birthday party Saturday, but I did pay homage last week, as one of the 750 thousand who visit daily.
And I did take some pictures, one of which I projected to a crowd at the New York Times Travel Show where I moderated a panel on digital photography.
And I did get into trouble.
Posted on August 22, 2012
There are some places I travel to with dread knowing that I will likely return with a cough. Beijing is one of them with its Gobi Desert dust, coal smoke cocktail of air. But what about spring break places, where young ones breathe and do a variety of other thing on one another. Sickweather.com did an informal survey of social media posts to determine which places in the Mediterranean produce the most respiratory souvenirs. It also warns of a rot gut vodka that can produce the same results.
Posted on June 4, 2012
Books are too fat to fly.
Why a smartphone may be your best option for inflight reading. An audio essay from Russ Johnson of The Connected Traveler
Posted on May 17, 2012
I took a video road trip through Myanmar before last year’s march toward liberalization and the deluge of tourists that could change it forever. You may never see it this way again.
Story and YouTube Video at connectedtraveler.com
Posted on May 2, 2012