Corona grounded us, but years of travel taught us how to fly.
Security screening never felt this good.
The spectacular French food in Hokkaido made us wonder whether there was a longstanding connection between French and Japanese cuisine.
Just when we think we’ve conquered our fears, it finds another way to bring us down. But there are ways to beat it, again.
My daughter and I tested our mettle against the cold, hard grip of fear during a trip to one of Japan’s winter playgrounds.
Family trips may not be free of conflict, but the memories of time together can often outweigh troubles. I learned this lesson after my youngest daughter created her own souvenir of our trip to a lavender farm in Tasmania.
Our family drive from the west coast to the east coast of Tasmania had me singing the praises of its natural wonders. Yet, I also discovered that much of it could disappear unless we humans face the music on how our lives affect the world around us.
Today we checked out a quirky playground in Tasmania’s Central Highlands. Tazmazia and the Village of Lower Crockpot boasted having the world’s largest maze complex. We tried several of the challenges, and checked out the miniature sculptures.
Fight or a little flight? My family and I wondered how to best settle differences during a vacation in Tasmania.