A hillside cave first sheltered this Norwegian family prior to other buildings being constructed on this beautiful 40-acre site.
Hershey, Pennsylvania, bills itself as “The Sweetest Place on Earth.” This article is based on my personal experiences, including missteps, during visits to the Hershey area. The visits span from 2002 to 2014.
Here's a look at the challenges, new experiences, and beauty of my stay on a small farm in rural Thailand, and why I highly recommended taking a similar trip of your own.
My trip to Eritrea was unforgettable. From the history of the places I visited to the forced digital detox that is the norm for locals, it was an eye-opening experience.
Here's a journal of my summer trip from Helsinki to Tallinn by ferry, including resources and information to help you plan your own expedition across the Baltic sea.
Hiking Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) in Eastern China in August 2019, we were enveloped in fog and mist during the entire trip. Though we missed the wide-open vistas the mountain is famous for, it was made up for by the special ambiance created by the ever-shifting fog.
A cautionary tale about mistakenly taking the rugged mountain road from Gold Beach, Oregon to Grants Pass, Oregon through the Klamath Mountain range.
Here are two must-see places just north of Sedona and one bonus site on the way back to Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix.
My first-ever trip out of the country did not go exactly as I planned, but I ended up learning to just go with the flow. Looking back, all of the imperfections of my trip were 'perfect' and just what I needed to lighten up and enjoy the moment.
Nepal is a landlocked country located in the Himalayas. It has a diverse population and culture and is a hotspot for budget travelers and adventurers. Let me share my experience with you.
Cambodia has a very tragic recent history. Some of the worst things man is capable of happened in the killing fields, which is one of the most tragic remains of that period. They are a must-see for visitors to Cambodia, though their contents are difficult to bear.
My friend and I discovered a chocolate truffle factory and affiliated restaurant, scented candles and handmade jewelry, gorgeous antiques, scrumptious kolaches, cedar furniture, and more in this delightful small town of Calvert.
Laos: a land where green mountains rise to the sky, valleys hidden by mist, and rivers and lakes twinkle in the distance. In 1353, Fa Ngum established his kingdom Lan Xang Hom Khao—The Kingdom of a Million Elephants and the White Parasol. The kingdom is gone, but Luang Prabang remains its heart.
This is the story of how a 1920s Broadway showgirl and her ailing husband became stranded in a remote section of Northern AZ when their car broke down and ended up converting some huge boulders into motel rooms that became the beginning of the Cliff Dwellers Lodge and Restaurant.
While the sun is still high in the sky and the smell of wet soil and evergreen plants and fruit trees spreads like a veil of the finest perfume after the night's heavy rainfall, we decide to explore Ítrabo, a small village on the other side of the mountains.