This is the story of the first Long Haul Mark II Commando folding kayak that went to Europe for a 12 day journey in the Danube Delta and on the Black Sea. The 149 nautical miles adventure takes the Two Nomads from Murighiol in the Danube Delta to the ancient port of Tomis on the Black Sea. Echoing thoughts of the Roman poet Ovid, who was exiled to…[Read more]
Rob and I were cruising through the market here in Granada yesterday afternoon and I stumbled upon this woman selling a flourescent pink, flaky, dry, protein-bar looking dessert. I stopped to take a closer […]
by Rick Macomber
Exotic fresh seafood, prime cuts of meat, fruits, vegetables and then after shopping… perhaps some curried mutton or fish masala with pulled tea at the hawker center. It’s the Tekka Market, […]
As my open-air double-decker tour bus turned the corner our guide pointed out Circuito Mágico del Agua, the Magic Water Circuit in Lima’s Parque de la Reserva. Named the largest fountain complex in the world […]
by Chi-town Spice
Enjoy at day at the “Shore.” Folks from New Jersey call the beach, “the shore” and you will too after seeing the great beaches of Ocean City. Surfs’ been up in Ocean City NJ for decades, and […]
Angkor Wat – Siem Reap, Cambodia: (Episode 2)
Wiki: The name Siem Reap means the ‘Defeat of Siam’ — today’s Thailand — and refers to the centuries-old conflict between the Siamese and Khmer peoples.
Siem Reap […]
http://www.tourist2townie.com/ has new feature called townie spotlight where I sit down with people who have successfully made the leap from State-side to abroad. Last week, I sat down with US Immigrant and […]
This is the story of the first 76.4 miles water journey paddling and sailing our new Long Haul Mark II Commando folding kayak in the beautiful and quite challenging Everglades National Park. Enjoy!
If you’re interested in still images, please visit Picasa at: picasaweb.google.com/100201110719190974986/TheEverglades2011
We had never seen so many churches in such a small place, you couldn’t walk 50 meters on the street without seeing a church. But despite having well over 65 churches to choose from, all the people seemed to gather at one specific church – the smallest one inside a gate… If you looked up […]
Hands down it is travelling by train. I love how the train allows you to really interact with locals and take in the scenery slowly as you journey from one place to the next. I almost feel like I’m cheating when I take a flight somewhere, but they do come in handy from time to […]