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One perfect day in Ventura

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by Elaine J. Masters www.tripwellness.com www.drivetimeyoga.com Whether it’s a girlfriend’s getaway or a romantic rendezvous, historic Ventura’s got it down. I met my sister there recently. She came in by train from Santa Barbara and I ventured north from San Diego. We arrived within minutes of each other. I love day-trips by train. It’s a […]

Peru: To the Cloud Forest from Cusco

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One of the most exciting journeys you can make anywhere in South America is to go from the mountains to the rain forest, either headed east to the Amazon from the Andes, or, in Colombia and Ecuador, toward the west and the Pacific lowlands. The route in Peru from Cusco to the Manu Reserve area […]

San Francisco: Modern California Style and Elegance by the Sea

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By Kit Herring As a great American city, San Francisco combines both modern California style with an elegance born of its unique location near the sea.  Its skyline is recognized world-wide and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is a testament to American ingenuity and engineering. The city is a melting pot of styles and cultures […]

Projects in the Peruvian Amazon: An Interview with Davarian Hall

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By Kit Herring After 10 years of road trips across the USA and sailing to islands of the Caribbean, Davarian Hall visited the country of Peru in 1982 as a travel writer and photographer. His work was subsequently published in publications such as National Geographic Traveler Magazine and, with the advent of the World Wide […]

Aitutaki–a jewel in the South Pacific

My first trip to Aitutaki was for our honeymoon two years ago. George and I had wanted to visit there before but it was the first time the dice of price allowed it to happen! Our two weeks in the Cook Islands included kayaking, hammock swinging and two trips to the incredible jewel- toned Aitutaki […]

Discovering Algeria: Exploring Timgad

Guest Post by: Kit HerringFew people visit Algeria anymore because of internal strife, but I hitchhiked across the country in 1975.  Theses are some recollections of the country’s greatest archeological site, the Roman city of Timgad, as they appear in my novel, Descending the Cairo Side.  Here was once an African center of empire; today […]

Kenya to India: Memories and an Old Friend from the S.S. Karanja

We asked our friend Kit, whom we met in the Cook Islands, if he wanted to write something for our blog.  He took a sudden detour through the past to bring us his account of crossing the Indian Ocean at Christmas time, 1975. Kenya to India: Memories and an Old Friend from the S.S. Karanja […]

A Hitchhiker on the Road

Article first published as A Hitchhiker on the Road on Technorati. Descending the Cairo Side, a novel of the traveling life by Kit Herring Danny White is a young man who falls off the continent of Europe into Morocco, becoming a true vagabond. He begins his story in Descending the Cairo Side, “I didn’t know […]