June 30, 2012

LADAKH: The Road Less Traveled

LADAKH: The Road Less Traveled

“The song Numb is humming through my head, and its not helping because I’m cold, Numb. I guess where I’m standing, it wouldn’t have mattered if it was June or December, the river is always cold, and when you’re standing in water above your knees, you would be too. I don’t want to stand in […]

June 28, 2012

The Unabridged Times and Tales of London’s Tower Bridge

The Unabridged Times and Tales of London’s Tower Bridge

London’s Tower Bridge has featured in stories, songs and even movies. The famous bridge that stretches across the Thames River is widely recognised around the World, and was first devised in 1876. Back then it was considered one of most urbane bascule bridges to ever be completed – fully operated by steam-powered hydraulics. Today the […]

June 27, 2012

Swimming With Stingrays in the Cayman Islands

Swimming With Stingrays in the Cayman Islands

Many people have “swim with dolphins” on their bucket list, but what about getting in the water with Stingrays? You can have this experience in the beautiful Cayman Islands. Stingray City is a collection of shallow sandbars which can be found in the North Sound, near the island of Grand Cayman. It is a rare […]

June 25, 2012

The Top 10 Places to Find Fresh Produce in North America

The Top 10 Places to Find Fresh Produce in North America

While traditional food markets have been the mainstay of countries in Europe and Asia for centuries, residents of North America have been able to hold their own with some truly world-class venues offering artisanal products and fresh, heirloom produce. Here are 10 of the most famous, historic or unique markets in North America. 1. Quincy […]

June 25, 2012

Experiencing Ghana

Experiencing Ghana

I love to travel. Whenever I have the opportunity to travel and to experience different cultures and places, I have to take it. A few years ago, a close friend of mine invited me to travel with him to the country of Ghana, which is in West Africa. Traveling to Ghana became one of the […]