I wasn’t looking for a new favorite country.
One of the downsides to living in Alaska, even though we technically have 24 hours of sunlight in the summer, is that we often get weeks of rain and don’t see the sun. It is depressing when it is 49 degrees outside in July with pouring rain and friends back home are blowing up Facebook with photos …
Something weird is going on in this world. Either there is a sudden uptick in people Googling about poop in the streets of India, or my blog has become the authority on the subject. Either way, this is not good.
Travel Supermarket is sponsoring a photoblogging competition called Capture the Colour, in which contestants create a blog post featuring five photos that embody, or perhaps capture, the colors of white, red, blue, green and yellow.
India is so full of color – so full of vibrant, bright, ridiculous color – that I rarely took any photos in black and white.
I spent last fall traveling through India, Dubai, and Disney World. I was exposed to some of the grand wonders of the world – The Taj Mahal, Varanasi, The Burj Khalifa, and enormous Americans assaulting buffets. Since the start of the year, I have been staying in western Oklahoma, in the land where I was …
When I travel to “scary” third-world countries, my parents worry. They envision me kidnapped by Jihadists, murdered by drug lords or held captive by a rogue government and forced to pay a ransom for my release.