Federico García Lorca, Spain’s most famous poet and playwright lived and died in Granada. The city remembers him very well, follow the poet’s trail.
Calanoa Amazonas, an eco-lodge on the banks of Colombia’s Amazon River to see how life is lived in this very remote part of South America.
Greenwood Rising, a state-of-the-art history center commemorates a terrible event in race history in Tulsa, when hundreds of black citizens were killed in a race war.
Founded exactly 400 years ago, Kakunodate has one of the most attractive and best-preserved samurai districts in Japan.
Obidos Portugal. The joys of a small town with great bookstores, friendly squares, and a historic castle that’s now a luxury hotel, or Postado.
Japan’s north has come back after the terrible Tsunami, some of the fascinating places you can find in Iwate province, which is not tourist-crowded.
Baracoa Cuba, 500 miles east of Havana. About as out of the way as you can get in Cuba, and it’s also a town with a native Tiano heritage. Guide to Baracoa
A guide to Japan that includes all the stops fans of the Beatles- specifically fans of John Lennon and Yoko Ono- want to see.
Uruguay: Colonia del Sacramento: Exploring the history and art of the South American city, that’s only 75 minutes by ferry from Buenos Aires.
Brazil: A last minute decision to visit Iguazu Falls in Buenos Aires was one of the best decision this travel writer has ever made.
Oklahoma’s rich oil history and its journey to wealth through mansions and museums there, visiting Woolaroc Preserve, the Marland Mansion and Ponca.