September 4, 2015. Day 3 The drive between Delhi and Jaipur is very long, about 6 hours but I was happy to see the City waking up. A lot of […]
My mom recently took a trip she’d been wanting to take for a long time. India’s Golden triangle is a well-known tourist circuit, but for her to hop on a […]
A few weeks ago my cousin Florencia took a red-eye to escape Uruguay’s freezing winter giving me a chance to enjoy her company and play tour guide in my hometown. I actually wrote a detailed post about her visit to Miami the minute she left, but as fate would have it I ended up overwriting it some how. Here goes take two.
I wish I could say I was actually checking in to board a flight but nonetheless, I’ve been making the most of my time ‘grounded’.
Recently I was going through some old journals looking for something and came across a dream I had written down eight years ago.
In this post, i mused on travel starting in the mind and how it relates to wanting to visit certain places and the possible reasons behind that. Today I want to talk about using the imagination and awareness to make the most mundane things seem new and inspiring, which by the way, is one of the most commonly experienced elements of travel.
If you’ve caught a glimpse of my homepage, you may have easily come to the conclusion that I love me some Egypt. I do. I love Egypt and its people with my very heart and soul. With that being said, I can think of one specific circumstance when my friend and I tasted the proverbial rotten fruit of tourist sabotage.
Its only been a few weeks since I started this blog, and i have to say, its already been a blessing in many ways. Writing can be a solitary task and although there is beauty in that, it can also become pretty isolating. If that’s your kind of thing I guess it’s fine, but I’m finding connecting with fellow bloggers has been like a much needed breath of fresh air.
I hope you guys are having a fantastic evening. I know I am. It’s Friday night and its been a busy week, so i thought I’d skip my usual post. But then, After relaxing for a while with a glass of wine, I realized I had travelled to a few places in my imagination, all in less than one hour, and I was back at the keyboard in no time.