There are few places in Los Angeles that impress me these days. And no, it’s not just because I’m a jaded Angeleno (okay, maybe a little bit), it’s because it’s all about being bright, shiny, and new in this city synonymous with fame and fortune.
There are fewer things in life more satisfying than sitting down to a great meal. And with more and more people traveling for food, I got to thinking – I know where I’m excited to eat this year, but what about the chefs that I’m already a fan of? Where are they most excited to eat in 2018?
So I asked them.
Bonaire just might be the last of its kind.
Because not only does this tiny Caribbean island sit just below the Hurricane Belt, it also hasn’t been spoiled by tourists…yet.
And with the winter blues setting in right about now in full force, you’ve probably been dreaming of a Caribbean vacation anyways. And while you’re probably ready to book a trip to Bonaire, like yesterday, trust me when I say this – there’s really never a bad time to go there.
The WRDSMTH Guide To Los Angeles: The City's Coolest Street Artist Talks Art, Coffee And Inspiration
If you’ve spent any time at all in Los Angeles you’ll recognized WRDSMTH. Well, not the man himself, he’s still somewhat of a mystery, but his artwork? That you almost definitely know.
Nate Fluellen is best known as World Wide Nate, a world traveler, vlogger, and travel influencer, but now he’s taking on a new role: TV host. And this new gig as the host and executive producer of the Urban Movie Channel’s World Wide Nate: African Adventures recently gave Fluellen the chance to explore some of the most unique and breathtaking adventures that the world’s second largest continent has to offer.
Sheridan, Wyoming wasn’t the first place on my Wyoming bucket list. Hell, it didn’t even make the second or third spot on that list. But that’s exactly why I had to go there. You see, this year I’ve been making it a point to see those towns that I normally wouldn’t. To go beyond those cities that travel writers like me typically cover and discover those places that haven’t been given the chance that they deserve. So, that’s how I ended up in Sheridan.
It might be the most wonderful time of the year for many, but not for those of us about to brave holiday travel. People are sick, kids are crying, and tensions are high as crowds of people all try to make their way to somewhere else in the world. And that’s all before you factor in flight delays and cancellations.
$8 million renovation? Check.
Coachella cool-vibe? Check.
Hiking, biking, and jeep adventures in the Coachella Valley? Check. Check. Check.
It’s getting colder and colder outside.
It gets dark at 5 p.m.
The holidays have you completely stressed out.
Face it, you need a vacation. And you need it now.
And this $4.2 billion playground for adults is just the ticket. Meet Baha Mar, and its newest addition: the SLS Baha Mar.
It’s that time again. Holiday time. And once again you’re stumped on what to get that hard-to-buy-for person in your life, and they’re thinking the same about you.
is a pilot, a scuba diver, and an avid outdoorswoman. And she also happens to be the newest host on Travel Channel thanks to the premier of her new show, Mysterious Islands. On the show, Edwards travels (often times by way of her own single engine aircraft) to some of the most remote and undiscovered islands in the world. Sounds pretty badass, right? It is. (Just see for yourself on November 4th at 12 p.m. ET/PT/11 CT when her show airs again.)
So, as an avid traveler and explorer, I had to a...
The Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles Just Announced A New Restaurant From One Of The City's Best Chefs
Open today, the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is introducing a new restaurant concept from one of the city’s most-respected chefs, Chef Michael Cimarusti.