Beit Sitti - Amman cooking class - Bacon is Magic
Beit Sitti, translated to my grandmother's house is a great Amman cooking class.
Food I only like in Jordan - Bacon is Magic
Jordanian food is so delicious it changed my mind about
Dwarfed by History
History. The word has a looming quality to it. Towering, imposing, delicately impossible, and yet so real. Structures, elements that have been around longer than I can count. The numbers get smalle...
Sunset in Mallory Square, Key West
Photos and words about sunset in Mallory Square, Key West. From the performers, to the conch shells, to the atmosphere and the...
Malaysian Lunch at Chinta Ria, Darling Harbour
Secrets of the Batu Caves, Malaysia - A Photo Story
The Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia are on of the most important - and fascinating - Hindu shrines in the region. This photostory...
Cutting edge street art in Lisbon
A city with narrow cobbled streets and magnificent but derelict buildings is what you would normally think of when hearing about Lisbon, but the Portuguese capital is gradually turning into a huge gallery for innovative street art. On my way to downt...
The Buddha's Eyes Always Watch Over You
I sit against a Tibetan prayer flag. Its red and yellow embroidery runs the length of the wall. I'm surrounded by vibrant Tibetan mythology - there are dragons, demons, flowers, and so much m...
Slang in Argentina - Lunfardo
Called Lunfardo Argentina has lots of slang and here is what you need to know to get started.
Runaway Juno • The One and Only Korean Travel Blogger...
20 reasons to visit Samoa
Saving Tips for World Travel
Breaking the Marriage Mold
This is a guest post by Ayngelina of Bacon is Magic. She will be writing a series of articles on traveling as a solo female in your 30s. I had a textbook childhood. I went to university, graduated with a degree, worked hard, and eventually landed a g...
The Solo Traveler's Handbook
Whether you love or long to travel solo, The Solo Traveler's Handbook will help you plan, have fun, stay safe and discover the world.
There's a bee in my bonnet.
The beginning of my journey into beekeeping.
People you will meet in the Berlin subway « JUST TRAVELOUS...
Short Stories - The Funeral by Neha Puntambekar
Fitting In - Guadalajara, Mexico
When we went to Guadalajara I really didn't know what to expect. Some close family friends are from there originally and after some research I found it to be akin to Austin. Guadalajara is a city full of artists, poets, musicians, skateboarders, and ...