(Waypoints Global, September 13, 2017) – When I look for a new suitcase, I thought my needs were simple until I was introduced to “The Barracuda.” The carry-on suitcase is similar to a friend that cannot do enough to help you, who goes out of his or her way to deliver before you even ask. The suitcase acts as your own personal concierge anticipating your every need.
(Waypoints Global, September 2017) – The first time I wore these pants, I was doing eight laps of the top deck of the cruise ship to complete the first mile. I didn’t finish the eighth lap because a fellow passenger stopped me to ask what kind of pants I was wearing. I told her they were Hykr pants™ made by KÜHL.
(Waypoints Global, September 2017) – When packing for a cruise going into the Highlands of Scotland and along the coast of Ireland, there was no question what coat I would take. The KÜHL Lena trench coat is so versatile and with the peached and waxed fabric, I knew it would take me from cool deck walks to colder wet excursions.
(Waypoints Global, September 2017) – Souvenirs are as personal as a trip itinerary is. Why do we bring, knickknacks and sentimental mementos of our travels home? Why do they mean so much? I used to pick up items just for the sake of it but the more I travelled, the less I brought home, and the more focussed I became.
(Waypoints Global, September 2017) – Grenada draws those who worship the sun and everything that comes with it – beaches, aquatic sports, hiking and true Caribbean culture. It’s also a place for foodies. There are many types of scrumptious fresh fish, locally grown vegetables and herbs, but it’s the spices that set Grenada apart. In fact, the island’s main products – nutmeg, cinnamon and sorrel give it another name, Spice Island, and they are used in local dishes in fresh and inventive ways.
I had the honor of interviewing Dr. Deepak Chopra as he opened his meditation and yoga center on Queen’s Quay West in Toronto, Ontario. Speaking about his new book “Super Brain”, the charming, enigmatic Chopra left me with a number of takeaway quotes.
(The Canadian Jewish News) – Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia transports you back to a simpler time, one when family holidays were spent carefree, splashing in the sea, eating fish suppers at long tables complete with homemade pie and ice cream.