Now that I’m living in Winters, Sacramento is just a hop away—but it still feels as distant, as much like another world and reality, as it did when I lived in my hometown of Berkeley. Old Town Sacramento, in particular, feels somehow surreal. You see, my California isn’t that of tourists. To me, it’s home—loved […]
It appears that the reviews are in, and The One and Only Ocean Club in The Bahamas is now even better than before, or at least still retains its title of best resort in the Bahamas. We’re getting this review only second hand by way of Forbes since we don’t have the type of bucks that allow us to just zip over to the Ocean Club to see how their renovations have progressed and apparently we do not yet rank high enough in our general online popularity (giving us a thumbs up on Facebook or a re-tweet on our twitter account wouldn’t kill you) so as to get an invite by management to come and tour the place. Many years ago both Kristen and I went for a long weekend and even back then, before its spike in recognition due to scenes in James Bond film, it was a luxury resort beyond that which we should all experience at least once. Any improvement they have made or only certainly going to be better, rather than the usual hotel industry efforts to dumb down luxury to get more dollars.
Feel free to read the full article at Forbes.