Stories, recounts of personal travel experiences often gives one pause about the human condition. Enjoy Julia’s story about visiting Honduras and meeting its people.
In Fisherman Wharf, San Francisco, California resides a harmless homeless man that hides behind a portable wall of bush waiting for passer-bys.
The Suri pride themselves on their scars and how many they carry. The female Suri members perform scarification by slicing their skin with a razor blade after lifting it with a thorn. After the skin is sliced the piece of skin left over is left to eventually scar. These rituals are said by some anthropologists [...]
A take-away from this travel story: Be prepared to be sold anything and everything when visiting Turkey – it’s just the custom.
A traveler wants to see elephants in Kenya, Africa but discovers a new-found animal…the horny male. Enjoy Matthew’s experience.
The best part of travel is when you stumble upon things. And multi-day festivals, where ten year old boys can drink you under the table, is a festival where stories are made. Enjoy Raquel’s ride into the Kundum Festival.
Family vacations can be very memorable, the good and scary ones alike. But let’s face it, a bit of scary makes a great story. Enjoy Susan’s family vacation into bloody Russia.
No doubt, the place to find the best people in South America is Vilcabamba, Ecuador. Located right at the equator, but at a mild 6,000 or so feet in elevation, the place is lazy and lush, and I mean lush: stick your thumb in the ground and watch your fingernails grow. The truth is, you’d [...]
When customs, traditions and personalities clash! Go along with Kate as she retells her story of attending a baby shower party, and discovering friction between her and the locals.
Journey into Japan: its back-roads, its people and its absurdity. You have to love the Sumo Wrestler. Liked this story? 0