A Traveling Companion in the Ardèche (Dennis Aubrey)

Originally posted on Via Lucis Photography:
A year ago in June we saw a reblog of one of our posts by a new blogger named Nathan Mizrachi. It read: “Reblogged this on Life…

London: A Brief Gastronomy Tour

There’s more to London than fish and chips and Indian curry.

The Bagel Man

London makes for strange and brief encounters with wonderful people.

Don’t Bring Your Camera Into A Mosh Pit: 5 Revelations From ArcTanGent Festival

This is what I looked like after 4 days without a shower, 2 consecutive nights of silent disco, a cumulative 12 hours of something resembling sleep, and getting my face melted for 3… Continue reading

9 Travel Bloggers Share Their Best Budget Travel Tips

When you see travel blogs featuring people who seem to be living out your bucket list, chances are you must wonder how they can afford to do it. If you’ve never traveled beyond… Continue reading

Cars, Trains, Buses & Planes: Oh, And A Ferry, Too.

At about the hour mark of hitch-hiking, if you haven’t found a ride, the following conversation takes place in your head: “Dude, this doesn’t look good. Maybe it’s time to go back to… Continue reading

A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words. Berlin Is Worth 1,000 Pictures.

Berlin is a city with many sides to it. It is steeped in history, brimming with ethnic cuisine, full of underground bars, alive well past midnight; It’s the type of place where the… Continue reading

That Eat, Pray, Love Bullshit Moment: Reflections After 1 Year As A Nomad

When people ask me about my travels, the first question is usually what my favorite place has been—that one’s easy to answer. The second one they ask is if I’ve had any major… Continue reading

Sometimes It Takes 600 Years To Build A Cathedral

Cologne (Köln–unpronounceable to English speakers everywhere) is a city on the massive Rhine river in West Germany. It’s best known for the huge cathedral that lies adjacent to the left bank of the… Continue reading

So You Want To Visit Bruges? 5 Reasons To Try Ghent Instead.

Ah, Bruges. A city of charming facades. A living postcard for you to walk through–better yet, with a personal tour guide, like my friend Mallory did. Bruges looks great–and it tastes great, too.… Continue reading