Delays and cancelations make the news, but here's a list instead of the least-delayed airlines and fields
Nature's wild boy, El Niño, is leading to an unpredictable ski season
Leaf-peeping season is not too far away and the Farmers Almanac has a schedule for peak color
Greyhound, and its owner Flixbus, have aligned their booking systems and made them more like airline sites
North American river cruising gets less attention than the return to ocean cruising, but it's growing and changing as well.
As it prepares to emerge from bankruptcy, the Colombia-based Star Alliance carrier is mapping out its new North American footprint.
Rand-McNally pushes on with the latest edition of its classic Road Atlas. It's the 98th annual edition and still has plenty of fans.
Seduced initially by the public faces of our destinations, it’s the private spaces that remain most vivid in PortMoresby’s memory.
Does where we choose to sleep when we travel say something meaningful about us, or nothing at all? PortMoresby thinks it does & shares her own choices over the years.
Gumbo passed through remarkable Palm Springs International Airport on his way to late winter relaxing in the Southern California desert.
In the wake of Delta's new ties with LATAM, other airlines are scrambling to create partnerships between North and South American airlines.
A change of plans takes PortMoresby down the mountain to explore one more town before heading home from Chiapas.
Images of the Zapatista Movement in the far south of Mexico are everywhere, constantly reminding PortMoresby of the ongoing struggle for rights and equality.
On the pedestrian street in Centro that seems to be on the way to everywhere, PortMoresby enjoys a walk along San Cristóbal’s Real de Guadalupe and on to the white church watching from its hill.
The Templo de Santo Domingo was closed for earthquake repairs but the 2 museums in the adjacent ex-convento were open, including the Maya textile museum, much to PortMoresby’s delight.