Tag: Trip Tales

A Few Lessons in
Family Travel

The first thing I learned about family travel to Europe is that matching the destination with the configuration of your family matters. more…

Honeymooning, B&R Style

B&R Trip Advisor Stephanie Hill explains how a certain acronym granted her unique access on her honeymoon in India. more…

Housing from the Heart

Trip Designer Tyler Dillon recounts the project that brought him to tears. more…

At Augusta National, Tension and Transcendence

A lucky group of B&R travellers took in Bubba Watson’s Masters victory at Augusta National, golf’s cathedral in the pines. more…

Ecuador: So Much to Offer

B&R staffer Jeneen Sutherland shares some of her family’s favourite moments from their trip to Ecuador. more…

Rwanda: A Powerful Spirit

Traveller Joan Gilroy and B&R guide Chirs Goodwin share their thoughts on the people of Rwanda. more…

Tyler and The Lady:
Only in Myanmar

Tyler Dillon was tired. The veteran guide had just returned to Yangon, Myanmar’s capital, after conducting some research in the northern part of the country. more…

In Cadaques, A Gathering
of Guides

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B&R’s multi-talented tour guides travel to Cadaqués Spain near Barcelona. more…

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Too Swede for Words

B&R’s former Regional Director for Sweden, Kyl Chhatwal, shares his impression of Scandinavia. more…

Great Guidance:
Italian Ambassadors

Link, catalyst, connector, advisor, tutor, guru and guardian, our B&R guides for Italy can be many things to many people. more…

Memories of the Masters

There are four official Grand Slam events in professional golf and for the irrepressibly devoted the Masters shines the brightest of all. Perhaps it’s due to the fact that every year golf’s finest always return to Augusta National Golf Club. more…

India: Experiential and Extraordinary

India is an extraordinary, life changing destination for family travel. It is a destination that fully envelops you and will wow you at every turn. more…

Myanmar on the Mind

Sheila McCracken places her trust squarely upon the shoulders of B&R to discover the world in a way that allows her to completely relax and thoroughly indulge her sense of adventure. more…

360 West Magazine: Pedaling Through Provence

We set out just after dawn to get a head start on the day’s heat, pedaling fast under a tattered blanket of fog. The night before, a strong, cold mistral wind had swept away the last of a long and languorous summer. more…

A Patagonian’s Perspective

The mark of any good guide is their ability to take you into the very soul of a place—to help you discover, experience and understand it in a way that will forever enrich your appreciation. more…

A Traveller’s Tale of
New Zealand

Judging from Linda Peterson’s first experience with Butterfield & Robinson, journeying to the forever charming outpost of New Zealand has given her a taste for great Pinot Noir and B&R-style travel. more…

Leading the Pack: Guide Kudos 2011

Whether leading from the front, supporting from the back or smoothing the road of activity, accommodation or whatever diversion strikes your fancy, it’s encouraging to know that these seasoned travellers will enhance the trips in ways you could not imagine. more…

In the Beginning, There
Was Jordan

Longtime B&R guide and Regional Director Thilo Erhardt shares his impressions of Jordan with us, a country that has clearly cast a spell upon him. more…

A traveller’s tale of Argentina

When Jennifer Alterman offered us this account of her biking adventure in Argentina, we felt there’s no better way to convey what a breakthrough trip this was for her than to simply print her personal account. more…

Silk Road Biking

China’s Silk Road offers a window into the past, both recent and ancient. But how do you find, let alone follow, a route that’s more metaphysical than tangible? more…


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