People watching. It’s one of my favorite things to do when I travel. It’s an up close and personal way to studying anyone but it’s particularly interesting when it’s someone in another country. You quickly come to learn that more often than not, we…
Party over here!! We were leaving the casino and happened upon this party bus, replete with disco ball and dancing patrons and boy was the music LOUD!
Today’s photo proves that you can find opportunities anywhere without really trying. We were on our way back to our rental in Honolulu, Hawaii when we happened upon five men who were kayak racing down a canal. The canal just happened to be parallel…
The rain brought with it silence and solitude as we walked along the massive pathways that guided us past a menagerie of trees, shrubs and perennials.
It was the cusp of late winter dawning in to early spring and the gardens took on an interesting profile.
It doesn’t take long to figure out that fine art is not in short supply in Sedona. As you drive through the city’s main thoroughfare on State Route 89A, it becomes quite evident that there is a profound respect not only for nature’s creations but also for those that are meticulously crafted by the hands of men.
When I decided to visit Easter Island, I was really trying to burn frequent flier miles since rumor had it that the upcoming British Airways program revamp would require almost double the miles it currently took to book an award trip.