When researching a trip to New Zealand, you will inevitably hear a ton being made of the eternal North Island versus South Island debate. In this discussion, many online experts – and I use the term loosely – will mention that the North Island is more urban and better for those who prefer cities, while […]
We went to Edam – yes the same Edam from the cheese – for the day once, and it was a pretty little place. We walked around and ate fried fish and smoked eel and tasted dairy products. I also took this picture.
The Whirling Dervishes are hands down one of the most ingrained images of Turkey for travelers. Members of an ancient religious sect (or something like that), the Whirling Dervishes are famous the world over for spinning in a mesmerizing trance-like state in order to honor God. They also wear really cool hats. While the Whirling […]
This is a picture of trees I took on some island in Thailand. Oh, and some huts.
It’s that time of year when people start looking ahead and making travel plans, and for many of us that will mean a trip to Europe. Since it’s always fun to discover a few hidden gems when you’re there, here are a few of the best places in Europe off the beaten path that you […]
During our time in Mexico, we hit most of the usual suspects as far as popular tourist spots are concerned – Tulum, Mexico City, Playa Del Carmen to name a few – but we struck true gold when we went a bit further afield by spending a few weeks in Patzcuaro. Located 5 hours west […]
The Rhine is a big river that runs through Germany and some other European countries, and we visited it recently and rode a ferry on it. The famous KD Ferry stops at lots of little towns along the river and since it was a nice autumn day I took this picture of a different boat […]