Dragons and dancers paraded through New York City’s Chinatown on Sunday, February 17 to usher in the Year of the Pig in the city with the largest population of Chinese descent outside Asia.
There are things you can and should do as a responsible traveler, experts noted during the New York Times Travel Show conference, Sustainable and Socially Conscious Travel: Tips, Advice and Travel Experiences. “Think about what drew you to a place – sustainability is defined as preservation of that asset – whatever it is that you want to see, you want your kids to see, you are choosing to make that asset live. I’m surprised more aren’t concerned about travel.”
Patricia Schultz, author of the New York Times best-seller, “1000 Places to See Before You Die” offered up some 20 of her favorites to consider for 2019 in her talk, “Global Travel Experiences” at the New York Times Travel Show.
At the New York Times Travel Show, renowned travel expert Pauline Frommer offered her picks – notably they are alternatives to the most heavily trafficked places that are top-of-mind these days.
Renowned travel expert Pauline Frommer shares her sage travel advice at the New York Times Travel Show: best travel sites, best time to book, best ways to save money, best ways to have an enriching, immersive experience, trends in travel that will shape your next vacation, and suggestions of where to go.
We will remember the details of our honeymoon at Anse Chastanet on Saint Lucia forever — falling asleep and waking up to the lulling lap of the ocean and peaceful chirps of the birds, our only visible and audible neighbors