With cold descending upon the northern hemisphere, what travel madcappery can one get up to? Hmm, what to do in winter?
West Cork, Ireland, is always beautiful, but dolphins definitely add to the magic.
That tingly feeling you get when you fulfill one of your dreams… Yeah, narrowboats. Who knew?
Buddhas, Buddhas, Buddhas! Large and small! No two faces alike! …All at Fukuoka’s Nanzoin Temple.
Anais Nin said, “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” And so it was with Nottingham’s own Robin Hood.
Getting a peek into one of the best preserved star forts in Ireland: Elizabeth Fort
Later this year I’m going to a dream destination filled with diversity, color, great food, and oodles of history! And the big news is…?
Some snaps of the local St. Patrick’s Day celebration in Cork, Ireland.
Charles Fort in Co. Cork, Ireland: historical, brooding, flirtatious, and …romantic.
It’s still cold, but there are signs of spring beginning to show in Ireland!
“How did it get so late so soon? My goodness how the time has flewn.” The Louvre at night, with commentary by Dr. Seuss.
Abu Simbel and a quote from Confucius: they work together surprisingly well.
A postcard from Thailand about the ending of cruelty and the beginning of freedom.
My first proper Irish Christmas – packed to the gills with deliciousness!
A fortuitously placed Foster’s Freeze leads to a desert discovery and a dip into WWII.
Of all the senses, it's said that scent is the one most closely connected with memory. Other than a lovely whisky liqueur and a few agriculturally based wafts (*cough* cows *cough*), I don't remember too many distinctive odors on my trip through the Highlands. Photos, especially of the small details, are the things that most …
Scotland is full of tales both tall and true. Here are a couple about the Campbells and the MacDonalds in Glencoe.
A visit to a very magical place.