Category: Reflections

Sicily at Sixty

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

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…

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…

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

Ethiopia: Nightlife in Harar

Nightlife in Harar, Ethiopia: Watching the Hyenas By Justin Dupee In life, as in travel…

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…

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

Italy: Celebrating Christmas with the Romans

An American Expat enjoys the season, far away from home By John Henderson It’s Christmas…

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

Cambodia: Just Over That Bridge

  A Bridge and the Rest of Cambodia  By Manesha Pereira A bridge in Kampot,…

  A Bridge and the Rest of Cambodia  By Manesha Pereira A bridge in Kampot, Cambodia. Even in the daylight,…

New York: Experiences on a Greyhound Bus

United States: Touring on a Greyhound Bus A street vendor in downtown NYC. By Andy…

United States: Touring on a Greyhound Bus A street vendor in downtown NYC. By Andy Christian Castillo Stepping out into…

Bahrain: The Blue Haired Tattooist

By Andy Christian Castillo Roman Michaels, a tall, lanky boy with dark hair and an…

By Andy Christian Castillo Roman Michaels, a tall, lanky boy with dark hair and an awkward gait, was waiting by…

Peru: A Strong Connection to the Earth

Honoring Tradition in Peru Pisac Ruins, Peru The Pisac Ruins By Brianna June Lertora After…

Honoring Tradition in Peru Pisac Ruins, Peru The Pisac Ruins By Brianna June Lertora After an incredible few weeks traveling…

Paris: A Million Little Eiffel Towers

To Me and You: A Tiny Symbol of Paris, To Someone Else: A Way of…

To Me and You: A Tiny Symbol of Paris, To Someone Else: A Way of Life La tour Eiffel by…

Walking Toward that Privileged Moment

In Praise of Walking:From Great Authors to Aborigines, we all strive for that 'privileged moment'…

In Praise of Walking:From Great Authors to Aborigines, we all strive for that 'privileged moment' Two young girls walking out…