The tall, striking blond filleted the fish at my table with the precision of a surgeon and the care of a mother.
Tim Horton’s doughnuts are Olympic gold
I’ve found myself falling into a certain morning routine here at the Winter Olympics. Every day, it’s the same thing.
L.A. Times: Wild Journey into the Kelabit Highlands
BARIO, MALAYSIA — “At one time or another, I imagine that we have all dreamed about how wonderful it would be to live in a Shangri-La where the climate is ideal, food is plentiful and the girls are beautiful.” — W.M. Toynbee, Canadian schoolteacher and author, on Borneo’s Kelabit Highlands.
Brunei: Islam’s tiny corner of peace and tranquility — but you can’t drink to it
By John Henderson Special to The Dallas Morning News BENSAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei – It’s sunset in Brunei and school […]
Eurochocolate: Perugia’s Cocoa Bacchanal
By John Henderson I stood in a chocolate mosh pit, straining to hear the Italian spoken by a blonde beauty […]
Brunei’s $23,000-a-night hotel room blows minds as much as budgets
By John Henderson Special to the Dallas Morning News JERUDONG, Brunei – See Borneo on $23,000 a day. I found […]
Mountain biking in St. Lucia: Blood, sweat and beauty on the grounds of slavery
By John Henderson Special to the St. Petersburg Times ANSE MAMIN, St. Lucia – I’ve traveled a lot through the […]
St. Petersburg, Russia: Window to the West
BY JOHN HENDERSON For Away.com The raven-haired goddess in the elaborate red headdress and strategically cut outfit danced and gyrated […]