Is it possible that this darling little creature could really be an “attack monkey?” Many things are possible in Bali’s mysterious monkey forest. Read all about it in Linda Watanabe McFerrin’s lovely piece, “Comparing primates in Bali’s … Continued
I’ll soon be taking my JunglePants to Bali with the wonderful Wanderland Writers Group led by Linda Watanabe McFerrin and Joanna Biggar. We’ll be sampling a smorgasbord of local activities from shadow puppets and art galleries, gamelon … Continued
“Just don’t don’t fall down, and whatever you do, don’t hit your head.” That instruction from my doctor led to my quest for the perfect hiking pole.
I am difficult to fit. Truly comfortable walking shoes are rarer than four-leaf clovers. Try these…
Good sun screen is a given on the road. But for many of us that’s not enough. We need the extra protection of a good sun hat.
It’s Not Just the Pants: My Favorite Travel Gear As a certified wimp ( in my husband’s view, anyway) with a bad back, my general attitude toward ‘gear’ is: the less the better. My No. 1 packing … Continued
Books: Antigua Guatemala: The City and Its Heritage by Elizabeth Bell. Travelers’ Tales Central America by Larry Habegger and Natanya Pearlman, Eds. Guatemala Rainbow by Gianni Vecchiato. A stunning photographic tribute to the culture, daily life, festivals … Continued