Broome in the Kimberley, Western Australia, has few residents, much white sand and red cliffs, and a handful of hotels, spas and wilderness retreats for the adventurous visitor.
What would you do here if you had 36 hours to kill here? Tour an Art Deco neighborhood? Dine on goat stew at Tap Tap? Sample mojitos in the bars of South Beach?
Looking to get away? From domestic to international, budget to luxurious, family-friendly to rugged, we've got dozens of recommendations for 2015, drawn from Los Angeles Times staff, readers and other travel sites.
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Baskin-Robbins ice cream turns 70 this year, and some of its stores have become downright tourist stops -- including one that employed a future chief executive.
Molly Manzanares thinks the remoteness of Los Ojos, N.M., is both good and bad. "It's a blessing because people feel they've discovered us, but it's also a curse because we're not on a main road," she said of the town about 90 miles north of Santa Fe. Los Ojos (population 125) is a reminder of...
I never thought jet lag could induce hallucinations, but after I flew four time zones past the international date line, snagged a 90-minute nap in Jakarta and endured a six-hour van ride, I had to wonder whether the sedated monkey getting its belly shaved in front of me was a dream.