Maybe it’s because I’m American, but it irks me when someone says France, Italy, or anywhere else has the best food in the world. As the United States is one of the most blended melting pots on the planet, attracting immigrants from places most people haven’t heard of, our cuisine rivals anywhere in the world.
While Americans are flocking to see a walking, talking mouse and a wizard on a broomstick, they’re passing up on an entire country of scientific learning opportunities. Luckily, Michigan State University Graduate Research Assistant Randy Olsen has put together the ultimate science road trip.
Hungry for something a little more out-there than your standard food festival fare? You’ve come to the right place. Here are 20 of the world’s most outrageous food festivals.
With the advent of mobile technology, hotels finally seem to get it. Technological advances that are actually useful to guests are cropping up in hotels across the globe. Hopefully, that includes a hotel you stay at in your near future.
With all the crazy stories going on around the world – terrorist attacks, Brexit, and political coups – I’m beginning to think that these whack-job survivalists I see on television aren’t that whacky. While I’m not deterred from traveling (and neither should you be), I might consider packing some of these gadgets just in case crazy happens.
The 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil shined a giant spotlight on the many dangerous diseases that we can contract while traveling. Thankfully, most can be prevented, which is why it’s important to know before you go! While the whole Zika Beetlejuice head-shrinking thing may sound cool in theory, it isn’t something I’d want to live with.