While doing handstands by a twenty-foot tall massive Incan wall we caught the attention of two Peruvians walking towards Cusco’s ancient ruins. The two men asked to get a picture with us – not a normal occurrence, but sure, why not? It was my favorite day in Cusco. An unplanned urban walk from the center of town up to the Incan ruins of Sacsayhuaman.
Photo Essay: El Tigre, a Buenos Aires Day Trip
Taking a train north from Buenos Aires to the town of El Tigre, getting a boat tour was easy and full of spectacular views into life on the delta and its natural wonders.
What Makes Oaxaca Great for Kids?
When travelling with kids, there are dimensions beyond standard guidebook activities that can make a place GREAT for kids. Here are four factors beyond the “things-to-do” that made the Oaxaca region engaging and interesting for our kid companions…
Ice Cream Equity at Coppelia in Cuba
Despite being December, the weather was warm – we walked down Calle 23 with a purpose. We were on an important afternoon Havana cultural mission – to discover Coppelia, the national ice cream headquarters.
Best Travel Camera and Gear
I sometimes get asked – What camera did you use to get your pictures in Cuba? Or, what’s the best travel camera? Here I share the camera, lenses, and gear that I use when we’ve traveled most recently to Nepal and Cuba. You might just be curious about what technology I’ve used to capture my images. Or if you are looking for your own equipment, just take my insight as one point of view.