Thoughts & tips on running Central Park, plus recommendations on where to stay, eat and go based on our family vacation. (Original post from 2012 updated with new restaurant and hotel recommendations from 2017, and snow pics!)
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Highlights from our family’s week in Costa Rica–where to go, what to do–and how one out-of-the-way small lodge in a river valley captured the essence of “pura vida.”
I didn’t know how much I didn’t know about the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River before rafting its length. Going all 277 miles from Lee’s Ferry to Pearce Ferry, and stopping frequently along the way to hike around the rocks, is a profoundly awe-inspiring, humbling, fascinating and thrilling experience. This post includes a section […]
Where to run, bike, eat and stay around the coast of Maine based on our week-long trip with Backroads. I highly recommend this destination!
I’m sharing the details of two group trips that my husband and I booked because both still have space available and sound amazing—so sign up to join us running the Tahoe Rim Trail or rafting the Grand Canyon if you can!
We had never traveled with a tour before. Thankfully, we found a group that gave us a superlative experience around the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska.
This guest post from Irish mountain runner Moire O’Sullivan describes a run around Cambodia’s capital city, where she now lives. Also included: links to additional recommended posts on travel to Cambodia.
I recently hosted San Francisco’s version of the national Meet, Plan, Go! event. This post focuses on two panelists’ anecdotes about taking a major break from their careers for the sake of travel and personal fulfillment. In other words, doing what many thought was “crazy” because it seemed so risky and unconventional.
Where do you go on the web to research round-the-world travel and career breaks? Start here for a comprehensive list of helpful websites for travel planning, budgeting, accommodations, voluntourism, working abroad, packing and more.
Out of the blue, I received an email from a man who reminded me why I’m hosting the Meet, Plan, Go event in one month, and why I care so much about long-term family travel. This is the story of his family–a Romanian family of five living in New York–and how they are leaving everything […]