We’ll Remember Cuba’s Ebola Compassion Long After Castro’s Death

While the Cuban government’s accomplishments and failures are still being tallied in the days following Fidel Castro’s death on Nov. 25, the island nation’s health care system is one achievement expected to stand the test of history.  One striking example of the country’s unique health footprint: For a nation with only 11 million people, Cuba […]

Jamaica’s Sundown Villa Gets Us Back to What it Really Means to Vacation Well

Sometimes it feels as if we’ve forgotten how to vacation, lost the ability to truly relax and disconnect. Technology has essentially both made it easier and harder to find our Zen while away from home. Packed full of must-see attractions and hour… via JustLuxe.com JustLuxe: LuxuryTravel News

Why you should look down as well as up in the Swiss alps

Mention the Swiss alps and everybody thinks mountains. Sure, that’s what Switzerland is well known for. But while everybody was looking skyward and pointing with admiration at these lofty offerings, I was looking elsewhere. Downwards. And there was plenty to see. It was the end of June and the alpine meadows were groaning with flowers. And […]

Money well spent? One in three Brits forget the presents they received for Christmas within a month and one in ten by Boxing Day

One in three Brits (30 per cent) have forgotten the Christmas gifts they were given within a month of the big day, with one in ten (9 per cent) admitting they can’t recall who gave them what by Boxing Day – just 24 hours after. The ‘Christmas To Remember’ study of 1,000 Brits by Harley […]