We're guessing that if you can hold the sun, it must be pretty light.
Happy Chocolate Heritage Month! This October, St. Lucia will be celebrating these delicious days by commemorating the role cacao and its sweet byproduct has played in its history. But we have to ask — can you really live off chocolate? We sent a writer to St. Lucia's Hotel Chocolat to find out.
(Ready to indulge? Check out St. Lucia's Facebook page, where you'll get the scoop on hotel deals, chocolatey spa treatments and more.)
Millions of people ask this question. Here's your answer, in this interactive map about Ireland that we marked with our favorite places in Ireland to visit.
Google has just launched underwater Street View in partnership with The Catlin Seaview Survey. You can now use Google Maps to swim with sea turtles, chase a manta ray or watch the sun set over a reef. You can drift dive Maui's Molokini Crater, or snorkel Oahu's famous Hanauma Bay. All of this without ever getting wet or leaving your desk.
The resorts on St. Lucia are known for offering a wealth of fitness packages. But editor Robert Stephens finds that the true meaning of health might not necessarily be found in a Zumba class.
We've found five of the healthiest island foods in the world (or so we’re told). Traveling chef Corinne Trang sifts through the hype.
Try this elegant alternative to green-dyed beer (or anything that combines creme de menthe with green chartreuse) this St. Patrick's Day!
What to eat, drink, buy, and do in Ireland.
When a new-school chef explores the culinary renaissance of Ireland with an Old World grandmother at the table, their discoveries come whole and hearty in Ireland.
Also known as simply Guinness & Black, this UK favorite is made with Guinness and british blackcurrant syrup. The bittersweet result is a much more palatable alternative to the famous Black Velvet cocktail (Guinness and champagne). We love how the blackcurrant gives this masculine drink a femine twist—turning the head a delicate light pink.
For your romantic getaway, these six island spaces are designed with couples in mind — a table on the beach in the Turks & Caicos, a table by the fire on Sardinia or one at the end of a wooden walkway over the water and under the stars in Maui. Read how each place combines intimate atmosphere with innovative cuisine for amazing meals and unforgettable moments.