In the romantic Indian state of Rajasthan, in the dusty village of Abhaneri, there lies a massive hole in the ground. To be specific, this hole is called Chand Baori, and is one of the largest ancient step-wells in the world, plummeting down 100 feet to slurp water from the earth for the thirsty local [...Read More!]
It’s weird looking at photos from a few months ago, before I became pregnant… I look so bite-sized tiny! But the fact remains that I have waterfalls more photos taken during our wonderful India teacher tour from earlier this year, and you shall have these pictures, even if it takes another year for me publish them [...Read More!]
I expected luscious Italian food in my mouth during the Boston North End Italian market tour I just returned from, but I didn’t realize I would also learn shocking facts about my own kitchen and city.
Our tour group of a dozen folks from around the country assembled at 10am just past the Haymarket T station. Before [...Read More!]
Hello from Toronto, Canada, where I am rocking out my third annual TBEX Travel Blogging Conference with 1,300 of my favorite writers and travel companies from around the world!
Yesterday I had the privilege of going on an architecture photo walk thanks to See Toronto Now, and what a feast for the eyes it was! For those who [...Read More!]
How should the super-rich use their money? Touring the famous mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, recently, half of me screamed, “You people spent your money on THIS?! Think of the world problems you could have solved with all that loot!” But my other half shyly whispered, “Sure, but it’s awesome that this sight exists. My [...Read More!]
Did you know that in 2006, more tourists visited Qutb Minar than the Taj Mahal? Though lesser-known to foreign tourists, Qutb Minar contains the tallest brick minaret in the world, and wields a hypnotic power, particularly on a misty Delhi day like the one when our India teacher tour visited.
Qutb Minar reaches 239 feet towards the sky, [...Read More!]