Thinking of a vacation? Looking for something a little different than the usual places you visit? How about a trip that will help a destination recovering from a natural disaster? Our writers this month jet-set us to four exciting and distinctive locations around the globe.
Karen Barrett Griffin invites you to ‘come on down to Charleston. Check out live oak trees with sprawling branches dripping silver Spanish moss surrounding stately white-columned mansions. Her piece is pure Southern hospitality.
Terra Liddil shares how she found hidden treasures in Tulum. Shops stocked with beautiful handicrafts made by local artists line the main streets of Tulum Mexico. You can spend hours wandering, searching for that unique gift.
Mike Desantis explains, “No, not Ohio where it’s pronounced toe-lee-doe, but Spain where it’s pronounced toe-lay-doe.” Toledo is a UNESCO World Heritage city filled with history, architecture, and delicious food. Mike shares his half-day trip exploring this lovely Spanish city.
Michael Hopkins takes us to Vieques, Puerto Rico. The island was devastated by hurricane Maria in 2017 but has rebounded and is open for business. His story features the wildlife refuge, secluded beaches, wild horses, and a sugar plantation.
See these stories and their photos below.
Till next time,
Editor, Travel Post Monthly