During a free walking tour organized by Larnaca Tourism Board, I had the privilege of meeting several prominent sculptors, painters and craftspeople breathing new life into the city’s most historic neighborhood. This area, located in the heart of Larnaca, was once home to the city’s Turkish Cypriot population until most fled north of the island’s dividing “Green … More These artists bring life to one of Cyprus’ most fascinating and historic neighborhoods
This interview is a bit different from our usual profiles of people we meet while traveling. In this case, it’s a family affair. Matt and I are endlessly inspired by our cousin Rob, his wife Julee and their three kids. This adventurous family of five moved from Houston, Texas to Ningbo, China when Rob’s company offered … More An American Family in Ningbo. Beaches, Brewing and Basketball, A Rich Culture Immersion.
Every day, I attempt to share how it feels to live a nomadic, travel-centric life. Most days, that involves stories and images of beautiful destinations and interesting people we meet along the way. But epic sunsets can never be the full story. This life, like any other, involves profound loss. Because I believe in sharing … More Love & Loss: Revisiting a Once-in-a-Lifetime Trip with My Grandmother
In every town, train station, hostel, and watering hole along the way, we seem to stumble across fellow travelers with colorful tales, interesting backstories, and helpful tips to share. “Faces” is intended to become a regular feature spotlighting those intrepid travelers who inspire us to keep exploring, seeking deeper connection, and celebrating this beautiful world. During … More People You Meet Along the Way: Ana & Eva, a.k.a. 2 Femmes