Pride Guide 2020: How U.S. Cities Are Celebrating Virtually and in PersonThough Pride events around the country look different this year due to the global coronavirus pandemic, we’ve rounded up everything that is going on. Here’s where and how to celebrate Pride around the United States, virtually and in-person.
Four dream trips to beautiful Thai islandsWhether you want bliss on the beach, jetsetter glitz or yoga in the jungle, these tropical islands can oblige 1. Check in and chill on Koh Lanta Days full of white sands, blue seas and rainbow-bright marine life, and long balmy nights drinking booze from coconut shells – all this can be yours on Koh Lanta. Why it’s special It involves a flight, a minibus and a speedboat to reach the sugary...4
Stand on a Glacier With This Breathtaking Virtual Tour of Kenai Fjords National ParkThe National Parks System teamed up with Google Earth to bring some of the greatest parks online for everyone to explore no matter where they are. Though all the virtual park tours are great, the tour of Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska may be the coolest.
Five dream trips to forgotten corners of CroatiaFar from the madding crowds, Croatia offers deserted coves, classic charm – and wine to cheer 1. Take a vineyard tour of Istria Istria is an Italian-style Croatia with a dramatic coastline, secret beaches and a rugged rural interior that’s home to the best emerging wine scene in Europe. Why it’s special Dubrovnik is far too busy these days. The northern peninsula of Istria, however, is lesser...2
The best five-star hotels in MarrakechAn insider's guide to Marrakech's top five-star hotels, including the best for beautiful architecture, sumptuous spas, Moroccan fine dining, huge villas and pools set in Moorish gardens, in locations near to the souks and the Djemaa el-Fna, and The Palmeraie.3
'We remember life under lockdown – without food': An insight into life on the Channel Islands 75 years ago'It meant five years of being cooped up with no freedom to express yourself' Seventy-five years ago, on May 9, the population of the Channel Islands came to the end of a five-year lockdown when the British Navy arrived to free them from the Nazi occupying forces a day after Germany’s formal surrender at the end of the Second World War. A major party had been planned for this year, but it...3