BY JASON CANTER On my first trip to South Africa, I somehow figured out that great white shark diving was possible there (one of the few spots in the world, ...
BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY This particular tale is dedicated to a kind waiter I met on a weekend trip to Amsterdam. Let me start by prefacing the story: Two friends are traveling in Amsterdam for the first time and have turned to AirBnb for comfort for days one and two of their stay; day three […]
BY TEAM JST As the January 2014 opening date approaches, The William, a new modern extended stay hotel exclusively in New York City, is offering a first look at the design of its guest suites. Located near Bryant Park at 24 E. 39th St between Park and Madison Avenues, The William opens its reservation system this week. You can […]
BY JASON CANTER When my friend said she was hosting her 40th birthday in Cabo for a week for a dozen or so folks, I wasn’t sure what to expect from a tequila swilling, beer guzzling, sports mecca. But don’t plan an event abroad and expect me to pass! So here we go… Weather forecast […]
BY TEAM JST A little bird told us about this, and we had to share it with you! Celebrate the holidays in style at The Mark Hotel in New York City! Starting December 5th, The Mark Hotel will partner with Bergdorf Goodman for the Ultimate Holiday Shopping Experience. Seriously, who else doesn’t want to get your shopping done, all the […]
BY WENDY HUNG A few weeks ago, my team and I went through our weekly calls and Desiree, JST’s editor-in-chief, thought of this brilliant idea. Throughout November, we had been working on a series called “A Tale of Giving,” featuring our contributors’ charitable stories across the globe. “Why don’t we give something?” Awesome idea! In two […]
BY ALEXANDRA COOPER Traveling abroad is one of the greatest opportunities that we have during our lifetime. But let’s face it, sometimes all we want to do is curl up in our bed back home and surround ourselves with sweet sweet familiarity. It’s ok to feel this way, trust me, we’ve all been there. And it’s […]
BY SOFIA JOHN Somehow my city tour had turned into a death race. I was coolly cruising down a highway on the back of a motorcycle when the driver suddenly decided to laugh in the face of death and double the speed. My fearless companion, my elderly neighbor who measures five feet on a tall day, […]