I see the travel marketing people have taken to writing advertorials for people’s blogs, sometimes offering as much as $10. (Ten whole dollars?!)
Some people equate “culture” with the arts of a particular place. I think of culture as “way of life”. This photo represents Lima traffic culture as I’ve seen it.
I ventured out and spent the night at Pariwana Hostel in Miraflores where I studied a person, the place and a thing.
You don’t have to walk far in Central Lima to get smacked in the eyesight with some skillfully-placed color.
Minding my own business, nice and sore following my first day of snowboarding here in Telluride, I open my laptop to my new LIEBSTER award. Yay!
“Hey! I don’t have time to read your blog, but can you paraphrase everything, put it in a reply email to me and attach loads of pics, please? KTHXBYE!”
From ’73–’75, Jeff was an orphan at An Lac, just 5 minutes from where I’m staying here in HCMC. Now a 39-year old teacher in Florida, he shares some of his mixed and evolving feelings about his past and future.
My big goal for Q1: to start a full-time job after my February Break. Also, here were my top 3 posts for 2012.
Walking through Little India, I spotted these two Hindu women walking ahead of Ryan and me. My 2nd entry for this week’s photo challenge.
This morning, the same sun that had recently set in Austin, TX served as my backlight here in Singapore.
For this week’s “big” photo challenge I moseyed over to the Promenade (about a half-hour mosey) and visited the biggest Ferris wheel in the world.
Furballs always make me happy.
It’s a good day here at Ohiasia. We woke up to find that some of the feet from Saturday’s boat trip made it to the illustrious Toe Blog!
The elevator at my hotel is s-l-o-w and I’m on the 20th floor so…