Fairly well known by residents of Bangkok, the Amphawa Floating Market retains some of the traditional river culture, while allowing the trendier nature urbanites need to slip in at almost every opportunity. Once upon a time, the river - and the market - looked a...

There’s always a mixture of excitement and nostalgia during the holidays, especially if you’re outside your country of origin. While many traditions are different, others are the same, and many people struggle to find themselves and their authentic experience away from home. Here are...

While this seems like common sense, consumerism has created a mindset in which we think to replace rather than repair. But fixing what’s broken is beneficial for many reasons: it saves money, reduces waste and often extends travel. I believe it behooves a traveler...

I’m at that age where it seems all my friends are getting married. Of course, since I live in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico it’s a bit different than if I was still in Baton Rouge. A Mexican wedding is based on many traditions. It’s...

El Santuario de Chimayó, in Chimayó, New Mexico, is considered the most significant Catholic pilgrimage site in the United States. It receives nearly three hundred thousand visitors a year, but it’s not you’re your average church. Chimayó has a rich and complex history, involving...

We left Baracoa at 2:15 p.m. on the Via Azul for Trinidad. After our Cuban train experience, we hoped the bus would be better. They required that we reserve our place between 8:00 – 12:00, but they wouldn’t accept pay until 1:15. The bus...