GoNOMAD staff, bloggers and contributors talk about the destinations they have visited in 2010 and the stories they have written for GoNOMAD.
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Public art, modernist architecture, and an ice cream parlor celebrating its 117th year are just three reasons to visit Columbus, Indiana, home of Cummins.
Croatia, land of the real Roman Holiday, this is where the ancients came to play. Jean Miller Spoljaric visits the ruins, eats the food and meets some long lost relatives.
Where the gonomad writers went in 2011
A tour of the Basque country in Southern France and Northern Spain, where a culture persists.
Antiqua, Leeward Islands, Caribbean. A visit that includes donkey rides and ziplines on a former British colony where sailors gather for race week.
Thailand: Jean Miller Spoljaric spends a week in Thailand, where she tours Bangkok in a canal boat, views the ancient capital of Ayutthaya, and pays a visit to a hill tribe village.
A Silk Road Accident: For Dr. Suzanne M. Miller, a bump in the road during her travels along the Silk Road in Xinjiang, China, proved quite literal, when she and her fellow travelers found themselves involved in a car accident.
Valencia Spain, one of the world’s craziest festivals, Las Fallas mixes exquisite cuisine, while the festival burns huge statues in the streets.
Shanghai, China: Jean Miller Spoljaric visits Shanghai for the 2010 World Expo and discovers space-age buildings, ancient temples, superb cuisine and friendly neighborhoods.
A guide to Israel’s dining, accommodations and attractions.
a trip to Bangkok’s Red Light District and fun getting wet at the Songkran Festival and a visit to Chiang Mai, Thailand