U.S. and Canadian travelers have likely heard of Croatia. You know, one of those Balkan countries more closely connected to Eastern Europe than the better-known tourist destinations of Europe and the Mediterranean. But listen up. Croatia is a jewel, especially for small ship cruising. I’ve traveled the world and its waters from the Amazon to … More Amazing Croatia surprises and delights
Here is my latest Chicago Tribune cover story, the tale of our surprising cruise through European Russia.
Take a look at my Egypt story that was published July 1 in the Chicago Tribune. Read the PDF below or visit the Chicago Tribune website to see the story and more photos online.
Some of my favorite times, though, were spent on deck, sipping coffee in the morning or a gin-and-tonic in the afternoon as we sailed Lakes Huron and Erie, then passed through the Thousand Islands archipelago at the mouth of the St. Lawrence. … More Cruising the Great Lakes
http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2015/08/03/tracking-big-game-tourism-travel-writers-perspective I was interviewed by WTTW anchor Phil Ponce on Monday (Aug. 3, 2015) about big-game hunting in Africa and the outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe. Many Americans don’t realize that big-game hunting is legal in much of Africa. However, it seems clear that Cecil’s hunting wasn’t conducted in a … More Terri Colby discusses Cecil the lion and big-game hunting on WTTW
I’m honored to learn today that I won three first-place awards in a Society of American Travel Writers contest, as well as the overall Henry and Vera Bradshaw writing award, selected from among all first-place winners. The prizes, in three different categories, are for my Chicago Tribune story and photos on a safari in Kenya. … More Recognized by SATW for writing and photos
Ernest Hemingway called Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls “a spectacle capable of getting you out of bed at half past five in the morning for several days in a row.” … More Beyond the bulls: Pamplona’s food scene is worthy of its own party