Tags » Travel & Adventure

Cleaning Out and Creating Balance

Now that the World Cup is over, I really have no excuse not to be focused 100% on health. Although I’m not doing intensive training for anything in particular, it’s an opportunity to reset. 426 more words

General

Preparing for the unknown

Shanghai, China ⇨ London ⇨ Grenoble, France ⇨ Lyon, France ⇨ Barcelona, Spain ⇨ Sitges, Spain ⇨ Liverpool, London ⇨ Gothenburg, Sweden ⇨ Istanbul, Turkey ⇨ Ephesus, Turkey ⇨ Bodrum, Turkey ⇨ Cappadocia, Turkey ⇨ Mykonos, Greece ⇨ Santorini, Greece ⇨ Athens ⇨ Rome ⇨ Naples, Italy ⇨ Florence, Italy⇨ Venice ⇨ Dubrovnik, Croatia ⇨ Split, Croatia ⇨  Zagreb, Croatia ⇨ Budapest ⇨ Prague ⇨ Berlin, Germany ⇨ Munich, Germany ⇨ Amsterdam ⇨ London ⇨ Krakow, Poland ⇨ Paris, France… 754 more words

Europe

Padyak : Antipolo's Mystical Cave

The city of Antipolo is located in the province of Rizal. Dubbed as the “Pilgrimage Capital of the Phillipines”, Catholics from different parts of the country visit the shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage throughout the year. 695 more words

Travel - Adventure

Oregon to Oklahoma: A Photographic Update

A little over 2 weeks ago we launched the Rialta Coffee Tour in what you might call the fruition version.  We’d been planning it for 3 years, and had even done some mini tours, but now we are living completely on the road, working without a net, and no place to call home but the highway. 703 more words

Travel & Adventure

The Bottom of a Bottle: Whiteclay, Nebraska

PROLOGUE

Cheap hotdogs contain split blood vessels, bone marrow, nerve fragments, flakes of skin, and meat as an afterthought. The particular hotdog I held in my hand cost 75 cents. 3,025 more words

Travel & Adventure

The Canals of Amsterdam

Nothing reflects the personality of Amsterdam more than the canals in the heart of the historic city.  Built during the Dutch Golden Age of the 17th century, the canals of Amsterdam are a tourist wonder and a local delight.   95 more words

Photography

Life and death in Northern New Mexico

Northern New Mexico is high country, with elevations ranging from 5,000 feet to over 13,000 feet above sea level. Precipitation is low—less than 14 inches per year. 55 more words

Travel & Adventure