From Mongolia to Moscow to London, author Steven Erikson’s journey home is as angst-ridden as his time away on an illness-wracked archeological expedition.
In the wake of the Haiti earthquake, Allan Cram remembers his time in the lively, noisy, fascinating Petionville Market in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Hippy Urban Girl discovers that beyond crazing travel planning and structured itineraries is vacation that truly allows for relaxation and the re-discovery of self.
Food does not have to look great to taste great. Râpure or rappie pie, found in some Acadian communities in Nova Scotia, may be the best comfort food on the planet in spite of its appearance.
Everyone says it’s a small world but sometimes the coincidences that occur as you travel to distant places are just plain weird.
A helicopter pilot working in Sudan argues the scorched earth policy Western media attributed to an oil company should have been called fiction, not fact.
Okay, yes, I’m an Olympic fan in the midst of the two-week event that brings the world together. Despite the worries, financial concerns, protests, and naysayers, I’m having a great time.
Photographing people, especially when traveling, involves ethical and legal issues, so how do photographers handle the dilemma? Travel writer and photographer Sandra Phinney explores this big question.
Welcome to Afghanistan! Nothing is easy here, especially for a bunch of civilian pilots and engineers who didn’t — and still don’t at times — understand the military way.
For photographer Christopher Holt, the sharing of photographs and the stories inherent in them connects us in a mosaic of collective humanity. After all, it’s people who view photos – dogs and cows don’t care.