In Africa, beads are not only a symbol of beauty, they have a religious and social role in the culture.
James Michael Dorsey
The remote Meteora Monastaries in the Kalambaka Valley move at their own pace.
Filtering the English language through a foreign tongue can sometimes lead to a few good laughs.
Spend the day with orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
The occasionally overlooked swampland of Louisiana is home to spectacular wildlife.
A traveler to Rome leaves with lighter pockets and a story to tell.
When it comes to using available natural resources to build a home, Africa stands alone.
Go back in time in Western Africa as you immerse yourself into the culture of the Dogon tribe nestled in hidden mud dwellings.
Tread lightly as you explore the recent history that shaped Cambodia into the country it is today.
At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, a line set in stainless steel divides the eastern and western hemispheres.
Hop on board for a unique ride through the Cambodian Jungle.
Sometime when you travel, you get ahead of yourself.