Where would you spend your precious travel time to go again and again? For Janice, it’s Chautauqua. A travel destination worth going to often.
This is the second in a two part series on some the wonderful people I met in Java and Bali. This one is about the spontaneous meetings. There is also a link to the first post which includes the meetings that were part of the planned itinerary.
People make travel special to me. This is the first in a two part series on the people I met in Java and Bali. This one is about the planned meetings. Next time, the wonderful surprise meetings.
Leaving the busy cities behind and seeing another side of Java by taking the train.
The beauty and the bustle of Jakarta and Bogor: photos from Janice’s first two days in Indonesia.
Getting a taste of Hershey Harrisburg through the wine, beer, and food made by passionate locals.
Bremen is a wonderful German town to visit but, more remarkable on this excursion was how easy it was – everything just fell into place.
A tribute to you – the readers of solo traveler – with the help of Fatboy Slim and 28 readers stories of their first time traveling solo.
The Wadden Sea in Wilhelmshaven, Germany is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore it with me in photos.
Cycling is a great way to explore a city. I’ve done so many times. But in San Francisco…
Flowers and art. Even if you don’t like either individually you’ll love them together. 13 Photos.
Beijing is a complex city of highway chaos, apartment blocks and beautiful historic sites. Here’s a glimpse in 32 photos.
One has to rise before the sun to catch how Parmigiano-Reggiano is made and then enjoy other features of beautiful Parma.
A dreary day in Paris – what better to do than go to a crypt? A really beautiful crypt that reveals much of the city’s history.
Sun, sand, tequila, new friends, a fascinating museum…Cancun through Tracey’s eyes.
A weekend in Philadelphia leads to some fascinating and delicious experiences.
Dinner is a Parisian’s apartment, sipping wine, eating French food… heaven.
A short train ride from Bologna and I was in Venice. Remarkable for its canals, I discovered it through its food.
Paris is not known for being friendly but, explore the city with a volunteer Paris Greeter and you will most certainly discover warm, friendly people as well as a perspective on Paris that otherwise remains hidden.
Acquiring tasting skills can enrich your travel taste experiences, as Tracey discovered at a culinary festival in Stratford.