Category: Reflections

Grenada: A People to Learn From

By Mary Govoni I went to Grenada with the expectation that I was going to write about the country’s complex…

India: Experiencing Peace and Chaos

The temporary insanity of Delhi, India—and the break you’ll need from it By Bruce Northam Imagine New York City’s omnipresent…

Travel As Education: A Mom's Year on the Road with Daughters

World-schooling; educating your children while traveling By Inge Poell Being a single mom of three beautiful daughters life in Europe…

See the World As a Woman: Lead, Don't Follow!

Do you have the Sweet Courage to Travel Solo? "Travel brings power and love back into your life." - Rumi…

Korea: Seeking the Truth in Jirisan National Park

By Gary Pearson Strumming his guitar deep in Korea's Jirisan National Park’s mountains, he sits merrily belting out a rendition of…

Traveling Blind: Tony Giles Visits West Africa

A day in life During Africa travels Without Seeing a Thing, but Feeling a Lot By Tony Giles This trip began…

Sicily at Sixty

Here’s how to feel 20 years younger when you turn a year older, even at 60: Go to a beautiful…

Why Go to India?

Because it's the world's last living ancient civilization By Martin Noval India is sometimes mentioned in the news because it…

Be There Now: Engaging While Traveling

Engaging with Your Surroundings Wherever in the world you may be By Victoria Evans Whenever any of us travel to a…

Ethiopia: Nightlife in Harar

Nightlife in Harar, Ethiopia: Watching the Hyenas By Justin Dupee In life, as in travel we are sometimes given a…

West Bank: Sami the Tea Guy

The West Bank: Tea in Bethlehem - Avoiding the 'Tea Guy' in the West Bank. But then... By Paul Michelson…

Italy: Celebrating Christmas with the Romans

An American Expat enjoys the season, far away from home By John Henderson It’s Christmas time in Rome where St.…