From shoes to sporting goods, to fine jewelry and computers, there is no telling what kind of unusual items will appear at the Unclaimed Baggage Center.
Footsteps is a great alternative travel book as it not only explores many great cities, but it also explores these cities in the context of famous writers.
Pembrokeshire, Wales is a region steeped in history, the author searches for the legacy of King Arthur in this windswept and beautiful region of England.
Pokhara, Nepal is a relaxed and laid-back town on Phewa Lake, in the Himalayas, where you can get cheap lodgings and food and go paragliding, or just relax
Fraser Island, some call by the indigenous name K’gari, is a spectacularly empty and beautiful place off the coast of Australia in Queensland.
Susan Cahills “The Streets of Paris” allows you to explore the unforeseen sights of the historic city of Paris. This excerpt is about Francois Truffaut.
In East Anglia, England, locals celebrate the liberation of Europe during World War II by American forces by having dances and gathering vets.
Grenada, a Caribbean island a few hundred miles off the coast of Venezuela is a country with rich history, cuisine, landscape, and people worth exploring.
New York City: What’s new in the city for travelers, including Gulliver’s Gate, the New York Wheel, new water taxis, huge new developments and much more.
Starting in the city of New Delhi, where stress and noise are everywhere. Then to the countryside to Chambal Safari Lodge where animals and peace prevail.
In Toba Japan, the famous Ama divers are women who have practiced the art of diving for abalone, sea urchin, turban shells, sea cucumber, once for pearls.
An edible road trip through Fort Collins and Boulder, Colorado, exploring the large and small breweries and enjoying various types of meals at local joints.