A visit to a remote village called Sapa northwest of Hanoi gives a chance to visit with local craftspeople and shop for crafts and clothing, needed or not.
Crossing the Cyprus Wall of the Shame: The Last divided capital of Europe. By Abel Bordonado Lillo It seems that walls have passed away in Europe some time ago. The wall of Berlin has broken already and become a wall for artists, and the old Soviet Union, which had control over half of Europe, is […]
By Mary Govoni I went to Grenada with the expectation that I was going to write about the country’s complex history, or the Caribbean cuisine, or the dramatic and breathtaking landscapes. Yet, as I was experiencing all of these aspects of the island, I began to realize those weren’t the features that truly made the […]
World-schooling; Education for your children While Traveling By Inge Poell Being a single mom of three beautiful daughters life in Europe hadn’t been easy. Life had gone by too fast. So I decided to leave everything behind to follow our long lost dreams. We bought a few one-way tickets and left for Costa Rica. Still […]
A day in life During Africa travels Without Seeing a Thing, but Feeling a Lot By Tony Giles This trip began back in the middle of February 2012. I flew to Morocco, totally blind and partially deaf, but travelling solo. My mission: to attempt to visit several countries in north and west Africa in about seven weeks. […]
Because it’s the world’s last living ancient civilization By Martin Noval India is sometimes mentioned in the news because it is “the world’s largest democracy.” Recently it has been making news because of its relatively new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, and his opening up of the country to international investment, business, and consumerism, which has […]
Engaging with Your Surroundings Wherever in the world you may be By Victoria Evans Whenever any of us travel to a new destination, we want to get the most out of it as we can. After all, a vacation is something that you have dedicated a decent amount of money towards, and have negotiated hard-earned time […]
Nightlife in Harar, Ethiopia: Watching the Hyenas By Justin Dupee In life, as in travel we are sometimes given a brief glimpse of things to come, our futures spelled out in foreshadowing. A missing bag at the airport can signal the beginning of a trip full of mishaps. Securing the last room at a much […]