Tag: wanderlust

The Magic of Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Angkor Wat is one of the reasons many visitors are brought to the Southeast Asian country of Cambodia. This monument to the Hindu god Vishnu is one of the largest and best preserved in the […]

Jaipur, India; The Pink City

The city of Jaipur, India is the capital and largest city in the desert state of Rajasthan. This beautiful pink city was painted this shade as a celebration of the 1876 visit of the Prince […]

Morocco’s Inspired Cuisine

It is morning in Morocco. As the sun rises over the Sahara and bathes the country in bright desert light, food vendors prepare their shops for another busy day. In remote medieval villages- eggplant, chickpeas, […]

Coastal Beauty in Porto, Portugal

Portugal’s second largest city, Porto, is a charming coastal city known for the port wine produced in the Douro Valley. The city is located along the Douro River in the north of the country and […]

Remnants of the Past in Volubilis, Morocco

This UNESCO World Heritage Site city contains some of the best-preserved Roman ruins in the country of Morocco. Volubilis is located between the modern cities of Fez and Meknes and was founded in the 3rd […]

Brilliant Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium is sometimes referred to as the, “Venice of the North” and with over 80 canals and its port location, you can understand why. Bruges is the capital of the province of West Flanders […]

Medieval Views in Kilkenny, Ireland

The 12th Century Kilkenny Castle is located in the deeply historic and religious city of Kilkenny, Ireland. Located along the River Nore, this castle was originally built in 1195 to guard the river crossing. The […]

Morocco; Land of Sand and Sea

Souks, kasbahs and ksars, oh my! Morocco is a magnificent country filled with reasons to visit that have long enticed visitors to this fabled country. With Gate 1 in Morocco, visit imperial cities with grand […]

Admiring the Past at the Colosseum, Rome

The Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheatre, was built in Rome under the Flavian Emperors, the ruler Vespasian and his sons. Construction on the Colosseum begun in 70-72 AD under during the rule of Vespasian and continued […]

The Great Migration

“The only beginning is the moment of birth” writes East African author Jonathan Scott of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders: the wildebeest migration. Many people imagine that a migration has a start and […]