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.
There are somethings worse than bringing the wrong travel tool to lug your belongings…there’s shame, embarrassment, guilt. Enjoy Corey’s travel experience.
“The sun setting against the beige Jerusalem stone fills me with the traveler’s nostalgia of not knowing when or if I’ll ever stand here again.” A perfect line from this travel story. Enjoy Nikki’s journey.
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.
Travel is enlightening in and of itself. But add some passion and knowledge about an author that inspires you in the mix…Presto! you just made memories that will change your life.
Funny how stories can ignite a tradition – take Guy Fawkes failed attempt to blow up the parliament – now there’s an annual festival commemorating his heroic/devious deeds. Celebrating Guy Fawkes Night in 21st Century England
What’s more exciting than getting to know where you come from? Actually traveling there to meet them of course! These little adventures make the greatest stories.
On your travels you’ll likely meet a local that epitomizes the people, the society and it’s natural surrounding. Enjoy this traveler’s impression on meeting a novice monk in Laos.
Tap, tap tap, the indisputable sound of inside a Japanese train, on the sidewalk, in a park, in a movie theater, in a restaurant, almost everywhere you’ll hear it; the successive tap of cell phone texting. We’ve all heard the stories, read more about it.
Want to know how it is to ride in a taxi in India. Read this traveler’s icky, oozy, sticky, cramped, putrid taxi ride. And a quick bird’s eye view of India’s stratification.