Canada Day seems an appropriate time to share that the new Fodor’s Travel Vancouver & Victoria guidebook is out! I had a delicious time working on the Where to Eat section for Vancouver.
My Las Vegas adventure story appears in the latest issue of PAX Magazine.
They say that everything’s bigger in Texas.
In Houston, that’s certainly true of the hats, the boots and the servings of barbecue. But the saying also applies to an unexpected public art program that’s taking over the streets of downtown. Recently, 100 international artists transformed 20,000 square feet of wall space into city-sanctioned street art for the second annual Houston Urban Experience (HUE) Mural Festival. Add that to the 25 walls painted for the inaugural festival last year, and it’s clear that there’s a Texas-sized appetite for street art in H-Town…
Read the rest on the Vancouver Courier website
Read the story online in the digital edition of PAX Magazine
The international terminal of Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has launched a new full-service West Coast dining experience in the form of Lift Bar & Grill, a sister location to the iconic restaurant in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour.
Read the rest at PAXnewsWest.com
Bali is a land of contrasts: mountains and valleys, beach clubs and rice paddies, local noodle shops and upscale modern restaurants. Here, we look at three prime areas for those who want to discover Bali without bounds.
Read the rest in the digital issue of North Shore Living
Ise-Shima, in Japan’s Mie Prefecture, is enjoying a boost in tourism after hosting the G7 summit in May, as visitors flock to the area to follow in world leaders’ footsteps. Shima Kanko Hotel, where world leaders stayed for the summit, was at 85 per cent occupancy throughout November, normally the low season…
Just an hour away from Tokyo by bullet train lies a charming mountain town you’ve probably never heard of. But Karuizawa, a popular summer home location for Tokyo residents looking to escape the city heat, welcomes approximately eight million visitors per year, according to Mari Kashiwagi, secretary of the Karuizawa Tourist Association. For several summers in the 1970s, John Lennon and his family were among those visitors, regularly staying at the Mampei Hotel…
Early Tuesday morning local time, an earthquake struck off the coast of Fukushima in the northeast of Japan. The 7.4 magnitude earthquake also shook buildings in Tokyo, where PAX is on location for the Visit Japan Project 2016, but there was no danger in Japan’s capital.
Following that unexpected wake-up call, we explored the Asakusa area…
Read the story in the S-Magazine Winter 2017 digital issue