#TravelTuesday: Why Tulum is the Healthiest Vacation You’ll Take This Spring

by Cara Caulkins on April 16, 2019

Forget what you know about other Mexican resort destinations. With direct flights into Cancun, and an easy transfer south, Tulum has been attracting international tourists consistently over the past two decades. But what makes this...

How I Spent 3 Nights Photographing the Northern Lights in Alaska

by Jennifer Simonson on April 15, 2019

On a 98-degree August afternoon in Austin, I was lying on my couch reading magazines when I came across an article that said that Fairbanks, Alaska was one of the best places in the world...

A Rich and Delicious Inheritance | Lexington, Louisville, and the Four Roses Distillery

by Daniel Ramirez on April 9, 2019

They come by it honestly. With the stillness of the countryside, the calm thrum of horse hooves in open air, the slow weight of the air; it’s all more than enough to make one dream and...

#TravelTuesday: In Uruguay, Beyond the Pour with Bodega Garzon

by Melissa Corbin on April 9, 2019

The opening scene of the Amazon Prime series, “It Starts with Wine,” doesn’t highlight that quintessential shot of wine pouring from a decanter, nor does it begin with a vintner pontificating all over himself. Rather,...

#TravelTuesday: Shopping, Sipping & Supping Made Simple at the Boutique Hotel Derek

by Gabi De la Rosa on April 2, 2019

Houston has over 80,000 hotel rooms to offer its visitors which, if you stop and think about it, is more than the population of many small towns in the Lone Star State! With so many...

Five Minutes With Alex Danza, Founder & CEO, Vonlane, the Luxury Bus Service of Texas

by Marika Flatt on April 1, 2019

I’ve been intrigued by Vonlane since I first read an article about it five years ago. Finally, I recently had the chance to ride the “fancy bus,” as I like to call it, from Austin...

Five Minutes With Phoebe Smith, the J.K. Rowling of Slow Literature

by Alexis Michele Higgins on March 28, 2019

How does a wilderness-loving camper become a sleep storyteller? Well, once upon a time… Phoebe Smith is a UK-based award winning travel writer, photographer, presenter and broadcaster with a love for adventure. (She’s been published...

#TravelTuesday: In Mexico, the Underwater Secrets of a Cenote

by Sarah Teveldal, photographer on March 26, 2019

A cenote is a natural sinkhole caused by the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. There are over 6,000 cenotes in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula alone. Cenotes vary in size and features, some boasting...