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Santo Domingo's Colonial Zone

Our trip to Santo Domingo this past weekend was… strange. We stayed in the colonial zone, a part of the city that looks like it could be straight out of Spain, with plazas, colorful houses and stone streets, statues, and ruins. 810 more words

Latin America & Caribbean

Cobwebs and colors

Cobwebs and colors on the windows of the abandoned factory, in a beautiful sunshine day.

Yet again, this is about capturing harmony where it seems not to belong.

Impressions

ព្រះរាជាណាចក្រអច្ឆរិយ - Kingdom of Wonder

When my best friend moved semi-permanently to Cambodia, I was devastated. I thought I’d never be able to survive the separation and I immediately made plans to visit her. 1,029 more words

History

Roman Morocco

Rising from the fertile plain north of the city of Meknes in Morocco stands the remains of the Roman city of Volubilis.  Volubilis was the capital of the Roman state of Mauretania which passed to Roman control after the fall of Carthage in 146 B.C.   701 more words

Travel

Things to do in Antigua during rainy season (and regular days, too)

Raining season in Guatemala doesn’t have to put a damper on your visit. Here are some things to check out in and around Antigua if the weather isn’t all sunshine and clear skies. 1,249 more words

Travel

York City Walls

York has the longest and most well preserved medieval walls in England stretching 2 miles around the city. On my trip to York I only did a partial walk around on two separate days, one from Bootham Bar past York Minster and the other over the west corner, passing the railway station to Micklegate Bar. 296 more words

England