Years ago I traveled partway around the world, to Greece, to explore the volcanic island of Santorini. There’s another volcanic island in my home state of Oregon that I recently found to be just as dazzling—and nearly as difficult to reach.
Although immigrant Latino families have long been the backbone of the Napa Valley wine industry, few of the valley’s founding Latino families actually owned their own wineries or offered their own labels. One exception is the Ceja family.
After you’ve gone on the rides, met the princesses, seen the shows and fireworks, ate at the character breakfast, and bought the t-shirt, you might think you’d properly “done” Disneyland, right? Think again.