The strange, tangled John McAfee saga just got even stranger after metadata in a Vice magazine picture appeared to place the troubled security guru in Guatemala. Question is, is it all a hoax (and whose)?
John McAfee, the antivirus-software pioneer, says he's lost most of his fortune — but doesn't care. To the contrary, he now hopes to give something back by deriving antibiotics from jungle plants in Belize. Really?
As I stepped from the rickety wooden dock onto John McAfee’s motorboat, I felt like I was in a scene straight out of Heart of Darkness. Here I was, a visitor in a strange land, embarking on a journey up a tropical river in search of the truth about a larger-than-life figure living in self-imposed exile.
It's easy to see why some vacation spots are unethical. A region or country where locals live in squalor while visitors stay insulated in fancy hotels, for example, is not the ideal ethical travel destination. But some spots are harder to pin down, which is why Ethical Traveler released a list recently of its top 10 ethical travel destinations. The results, in alphabetical order: