In the spring of 2012, Bostonians Dan Herman and Sean McGrail had an idea to bring people together under the roofs of local pubs to experience the thrill of brushing paint on canvas. Since then, thousands of people all over the country (including ourselves) have armed themselves with drinks and paintbrushes and taken part in Paint Nite.
Today, we have the privilege of sharing a hopeful and inspiring story about tourism at its best. Just a few days ago, Kelly Campbell at The Village Experience invited us to share a story about their latest adventure as well as a collection of breathtaking photos from Guatemala. This is their story.
Join our guest writer and photographer Aleema Noormohamed as she reflects on the wonders of her home country Kenya. From stunning wildlife to show-stopping landscapes to communities you won't want to leave, Kenya has everything on a traveler's list.
Cowboys, creative cuisine, a ghost mining town turned artist haven, open air trains, desert brews, breathtaking night skies, red rocks, and if we are lucky, electrifying thunderstorms. That’s what is waiting for us in Central Arizona during this next week and what will be gracing the digital pages of our next trial issue.
You don’t want to leave a trail of plastic water bottles behind you when you travel. But how do you avoid using plastic water bottles in countries where the tap water is questionable? Christine Mackay, one of the founders of Crooked Trails and the Travelers Against Plastic (TAP) campaign has a solution.