Although Angela and I had thoroughly enjoyed winding our way through the Argentinian side streets and markets, Buenos Aires still feels like a giant city. And we were in need of quiet sidewalk cafés and a decided absence of car …
We really didn't know what to expect from Tasmania. As it turns out, the island surprised us in the most wonderful ways.
A stream of consciousness post about a site that inspires such thoughts.
Cheap beer, inner peace, and a postcard to Wanda!
Macau was awesome! The photo on this postcard, not so much.
At Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe there is a pool where you can swim right up to the edge of the precipice.
I floated on my back in the Zambezi River, fully aware that I shared the water with crocodiles. I just didn't realize how close they were.
I reflect on fifty years while hiking in Petra, Jordan.
Angela and I explore two Lebanese World Heritage sites, Anjar and Baalbek, along the Syrian border.
During previous trips, we loved everything about Greece: the history, the food, the people. Would this time prove just as wonderful?