By Felix Purat ITWPA Member Crowned with its baroque arcades and surrounded by snowcapped Alpine peaks visible from its regal piazzas, Turin has a delectable chocolate culture rivaling that of Belgium and Switzerland, with one notable difference -- no massive crowds of tourists. Both milk and dark chocolate are eaten and drunk in Turin with equal vigor by anybody in the … [Read more...] about Indulging in Turin’s Chocolate Culture
Volume 8, Issue #6 - June 2015
Man Overboard — How I Survived a Whitewater Rafting Adventure in Colorado’s Royal Gorge
By Hendson Quan “We had 16 hits yesterday,” Kiel said to our group of six, with a big smile on his face. I knew he wasn’t talking about baseball. Kiel was to be our rafting guide and leader on the Arkansas River out of Canon City, Colorado. I along with some 45 rafting enthusiasts had gathered at the headquarters of Raft Masters, a whitewater rafting outfit with a fine … [Read more...] about Man Overboard — How I Survived a Whitewater Rafting Adventure in Colorado’s Royal Gorge
The Festive San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade
By Gary Baker ITWPA Member Photographs by Pam Baker Visiting San Francisco soon? Why not plan your next visit around the Chinese New Year and witness something you may never come across again in your life? San Francisco hosts the largest Chinese New Year parade outside of Asia and a festival that the San Francisco Bay area looks forward to each year with great … [Read more...] about The Festive San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade
5 Reasons to Vacation in Cozumel!
By Tam Warner Minton ITWPA Member If you are looking to vacation in the Caribbean, there are many destinations to choose from. Most have beautiful beaches, clear water, and plenty of sunshine, so how do you choose? Well, what are you looking for? I believe islands are like people, and they all have different personalities. What makes Cozumel so special? Personality, … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons to Vacation in Cozumel!
Interactive Journey Back in Time: Arlington House Museum, Barbados
By Shana Jones Welcome to Arlington House Museum, a uniquely interactive foray into Barbadian life -- past and present. Beautifully restored and converted from its original establishment as a prominent ship chandler, the three-story single-gabled structure (classic 17th-century-style Barbadian architecture) boasts engaging virtual displays and interactive exhibits to present … [Read more...] about Interactive Journey Back in Time: Arlington House Museum, Barbados