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In Montenegro, a mellow journey along a familiar path

A granddaughter of immigrants recounts a mellow journey along a familiar path. Read More

Makahiki Challenge: Have fun, push your limits, get lepo (dirty)!

Are you up for climbing over walls that are at least twice as tall as you are? How about carrying weights up hills, crawling under nets and walking on a teetering wooden plank akin to an oversized seesaw? Sound fun? Sound exciting? Read More

Holiday-happy town is serious about its multimillion lights

Long popular as Midwest America’s go-to place for country music, Branson, Mo., is staking its claim as home to the most spectacular and longest-running Christmas celebration of the 2018 holiday season. Read More

Signs of Hawaiian Life, Dec. 2

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to dkaneshiro@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More

Where does Generation Z want to travel?

The next generation of travelers is busy making plans — so where will they be headed? Read More
 

Defining Korea through food, foliage and water parks

What is “quintessential Korean”? “The 52 Places Traveler” columnist Jada Yuan searches in Gangwon province with guidance from her friend and Yuan’s own exploration. Read More

5 escape-worthy spots for a snowy getaway

Plan a snowy getaway with your family. Here are five escape-worthy spots to consider. Read More

4 wildlife tours worth taking in the U.S.

Wildlife tours are springing up around the country. Here are four options. Read More
 

‘Casablanca’ lives on at re-creation of nightclub featured in film

Rick’s Cafe, of course, is the re-creation of something that never was: Rick’s Cafe Americain, the smoky, intrigue-filled nightclub built in 1942 on a Warner Bros. sound stage for “Casablanca,” the timeless Hollywood film of love, betrayal and schmaltz in the terrible early days of World War II. Read More

Boutique NoMad hotel opens within Park MGM

The transformation of Park MGM from the former Monte Carlo continues with the opening of NoMad, the luxury boutique hotel that occupies the resort’s top floors. Read More

Should you tip your Uber driver? If so, how much?

When it started in 2012, Uber’s original stance on tipping drivers was that it would make using the app more of a hassle. Read More

Signs of Hawaiian Life, Nov. 25

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to dkaneshiro@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More

Sitka has much to offer visitors in history, culture and fishing

Las Vegas may be Hawaii residents’ favorite destination by far, but if you’re looking for a cooler destination, think Alaska. Read More

Signs of Hawaiian Life, Nov. 18

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to dkaneshiro@staradvertiser.com or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read More
 

In Fiji, a ‘reluctant swimmer’ jumps in

Jada Yuan signed up for a tandem scuba dive with in Fiji to experience going deep without the certification process. Read More

5 reasons to be grateful for family travel

The freedom to explore the world around us is something to savor. Here are five reasons to be grateful for family travel. Read More

Wynn Las Vegas trades resort for golf course

The big Paradise Park project that was planned for the golf course area on the Strip behind Wynn Las Vegas is officially history. Read More

Yosemite resort pioneers covered wagon camping in California

Crossing the bumpy prairies in covered wagons would have been so much nicer for the pioneers if those prairie schooners had air conditioning. Maybe even a Keurig coffeemaker. Read More

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