Easily, one of the coolest stops on our road trip, La Misión de La Purísima Concepción de la Santísima Virgen María (The Mission of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary)… …or La Purisima for short… …was established […]
Is it possible for one country to be both insanely endearing and incredibly heartbreaking? Welcome to Rwanda, one of the friendliest, cleanest and most enigmatic countries you’ll ever travel to.
Taking a break from Belize for the moment to cover one of the highlights of our time in Laos (and Southeast Asia for that matter) — a small island among 3,999 of its closest friends in the middle of the mighty Mekong
Dreams of quiet evenings in a sleepy village in the desert with clean air and clear, starry nights commandeered our waking thoughts. We loved our time in Jaisalmer, but the desert beckoned.
We arrived in Kolkata, our first stop in India, under the cloak of darkness in the wee hours. Two days later we found ourselves bed-ridden and 10 lbs. lighter with six weeks left in India!
Despite Xi’an being a virtually unrecognizable shadow of its former glorious self, it is nonetheless a modern and very agreeable city, not to mention host to a very old and famous subterranean army.
Pingyao is a world in itself, frozen in time somewhere in the middle of the last two Dynasties. If we had to choose one place in China to spend almost a week of our trip, we certainly could have done a lot worse.