"Cinque Terre" translates literally to "5 Lands" which refers to the 5 coastal villages that lie along the rugged yet beautiful Liguria in the Italian Riviera. The Ligurian Coast, an arm of the Mediterranean Sea, is located in northwest Italy, just north of Florence and south of Turin and Milan. Cinque Terre is considered a 'National [...]
Can I let you in on a little secret? Because I adore and appreciate all my readers so much, I want you to know where the most beautiful restaurant to watch sunset is in the world. First, you'll have to hop on a plane to Inle Lake in Myanmar from wherever you are. I know, [...]
As the daylight savings switches our clock back an hour, delaying our Sunset to a timely 8pm and the California warmth approaches to the perfect 78 degrees, it's also time for the beach! While Californians can virtually go to the beach 350 days out of the year (when it doesn't rain), we have been so [...]
Israel is a destination that fits many traveller's desires whether it's for a Culinary Excursion, a Historical Exploration, a Cultural Immersion, a Spiritual Quest or for Adventure Seekers. Along the coast are miles of beautiful beaches for surfers and lovers to bathe in the sun. Inland lies the Negev Desert that spans across 4700 square [...]
A Day in the Life in Blue City, Jodhpur Jodhpur is the second largest city in Rajasthan, India. Near one of the biggest tourist attractions in Jodhpur, the Mehrangarh Fort, is a 10 kilometer village that surrounds it called the Old City or "Blue City", with a 16th century wall that protects from the outside (more [...]
Conversations are at the heart of what it means to be human. - Theodore Zeldin Steve McCurry Photography I found this photograph from my favorite photographer Steve McCurry who became famous when the portrait of "The Afghan Girl" was published in National Geographics in 1985. "To Be Human" Photography by Steve McCurry This [...]
Photo taken by my friend a week after the Haiti Earthquake which shook the World's attention to those who is most in need. No caption needed. The photo says so much.