mediterranean


The Sea The Sea

Five months of flat, glassy, waveless, imperturbable sea.  The World Longboard Surfing Championships in Levanto came and went without a ripple on the water, leaving competitors listless and bored.  The Mediterranean looked like a pond. Now, as it always has been and always will be, it is reborn.  And it’s […]


Cinque Terre Winemakers

Over the past few months, I’ve had the luck to meet two of the more interesting and traditional winemakers in the Cinque Terre: Walter de Batté and Luciano Capellini.  In many ways, they each exemplify what it is that we at Voyager are trying to bring to our clients: a […]


Bleak House, or Big Books Part II

On October 11th, I promised that I’d be writing an update on my reading habits as soon as I finished the mammoth Bleak House by Charles Dickens.  On that day, I hypothesized that I probably wouldn’t be finishing it anytime before the summer, given my slow-poke reading pace and the […]