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Wednesday, 01 September 2010

Honeymoon in Provence and Cote d'Azur

Our two-and-a-half-week honeymoon in Provence and Cote d’Azur afforded us with the time to really relax and experience life in France. It was the perfect antidote to the extremely stressful time before our do-it-yourself wedding, when everything had to be done all at once just before the event, as well as the typical stresses of two very different families meeting for the first time.

Published in in love

Kilimanjaro: A Photographic Journey to the Roof of Africa by Michel Moushabeck and Hiltrud Schulz is the compelling story expressed largely through photographs of an impromptu journey to the top of Kilimanjaro. The trip was planned in only two months, making one feel that if the spirit moved them, they too could climb Africa’s highest peak.

Published in ink
Friday, 20 November 2009

Quebec City: a Romantic Escape

Quebec City is a romantic, beautiful old city with cobblestone streets and the Chateau Frontenac sitting like a castle next to a wide boardwalk overlooking the St. Laurent River.  Horse-drawn carriages ply streets lined with stone inns and houses with shuttered windows and flowerboxes.  Surrounded by high stone walls and ringed by cannons, the city has seen many battles; it was conquered by the British in the Seven Years' War, but successfully repelled American forces during the War of 1812.

Published in in love
Sunday, 27 December 2009

Glenburn Tea Estate, Darjeeling, India

Glenburn Tea Estate is one of the most special and unique places in India. The former quarters of a British tea estate owner has been meticulously restored in grand style and its lounges, verandahs, gardens and rooms are the perfect place to relax after traveling around India. At Glenburn, the hospitality is genuine and your every need is taken care of.

Published in innkeeper

Sikkim is the greenest state in India in more than one way. It is lush and vibrantly green due to its unique micro-climate, created by its location in the shadow of Mt. Kanchenjunga and between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal. Books have been written about the miniature biosphere created here, and the region’s multitude of different species. The cyclones of the Bay of Bengal reach up to the Himalayas and to Sikkim in particular; that, combined with the monsoon, means Sikkim receives more than its fair share of rain, but it is also ‘green’ in an eco-sense. For instance, plastic bags are banned so they don’t end up on roadsides and in rivers like in the rest of India. Shops use paper bags or newspaper to wrap things and shoppers can buy inexpensive re-usable bags in most places. In fact, Sikkim is definitely the cleanest state that I’ve been to in India.

Published in in-depth
Tuesday, 01 September 2009

Punakha Dzong, Bhutan

Punakha Dzong, Bhutan

Published in indescribable
Tuesday, 01 September 2009

Bhutan's Monasteries and Festivals

Bhutan really is unique in the world – its culture is one of the most well preserved in the world.  As a tourist, I felt I was almost stepping back in time.  Some of this may be due to the fact that television wasn’t allowed into the Buddhist kingdom until 1999, so, unlike most places; western culture has yet to take over. Another factor is that traditional Bhutanese dress is required in both school and the workplace, so one always sees the women wearing their Kira’s and the men in Goa’s.  Western style clothes are often worn by the youth on weekends, but the older folk tend to wear the Kira or Goa year-round.

Published in in-depth
Friday, 03 July 2009

Good Night and God Bless

Good Night and God Bless by Trish Clark is a guide to the best monastery and convent accommodations in Italy, Austria, and the Czech Republic. The book begins with the author’s tale of how she stumbled upon staying in a convent guesthouse in Rome when the hostel she normally stayed at was overbooked. Seeing that it was a fine place for a traveler to stay and it required no religious affiliation or attendance, she began seeking these places out.

Published in ink
Sunday, 31 May 2009

Three Cups of Tea

Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin is one of the most inspirational books I’ve read in years. It is a must-read for every adventure traveler who has ever wondered if they could make a difference in the lives of the people they meet.

Published in ink
Monday, 23 March 2009

Paz Y Luz, Pisac, Peru

Paz Y Luz in Pisac, Peru is a healing retreat located near the Urumbamba River and surrounded by mountains. It is close to town and also relatively close to the Incan ruins on the mountainside, overlooking Pisac and the whole valley.

Published in inhale
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