Poetry in sand in Mali

Poetry in sand They are desert nomads who don’t accept frontiers of countries, a population without any place to belong. Like gypsies of the desert they live a harsh and lonesome life in this dry isolated wilderness. It seems that one’s sense of time and orientation disappears – only the sun and the nuance of … Continued

In Nokia’s News!

From March News for We Said Go Travel: Thank you to Nokia for my Lumia 925 and for publishing my story about Manila! See photo on left and click here to read it! I am continuing to publish three entries from our Inspiration Travel Writing Contest everyday. Our fourth Travel Writing Contest ended on February 14, 2014 with … Continued

View Over Vilnius, Lithuania

Gedimino Hill bursts out of the historic center of Vilnius. It is capped by a rebuilt medieval tower that recalls the castle that once stood there, the seat of medieval dukes. It was here that the Baltic Way, a chain of peaceful people linking hands and protesting Soviet rule, originated in 1989. That chain stretched … Continued

The stunning Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, UK.

The Roseland Peninsula in west Cornwall, known locally as just, “Roseland” is home to the town of St Mawes, and the small village of Portscatho. St. Mawes lies nestled at the very tip of the peninsula. It is a beautiful traditional fishing village, offering many charms. Quaint winding roads lead to spectacular views of wonderful … Continued

#RBQuests: Livin’ La Vida Loca Day 2 Puerto Rico

Hello from Puerto Rico! I wanted to share a few photos from Day Two of filming with Richard Bangs andWhite Nile Media! This week we are creating videos forPRTourismCo and Orbitz Originals. Wondering what we are doing? I will be sharing social media with the tag #RBQuests. Use this link to the TagBoard or see below to follow along. I loved Sunrise … Continued

From Horrified to Beautified:India’s Trains

“Let’s take one of the sleeper class trains, it’s more economical and culture friendly,” Billy said enthusiastically. “No way, I’m scared! It seems dangerous; I bet criminals ride it. We will probably get robbed while sleeping. Let’s take first class with private rooms and locked doors. I heard it’s much safer for women,” my frightful … Continued

A hidden lake found in Los Angeles

You would never know it driving down one of the most famous boulevards in North America. Tucked behind a gate and down a short path. A place fit for a UNESCO World Heritage Site (in my opinion). It’s a discovery you tend to make if it calls to you. I know that sounds very New … Continued

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