Iceland: Transcendentalist 101

Iceland is one of those places where it is hard not to come over all transcendentalist. You have an inspirational landscape like nothing on this earth; from remote farmhouses set in lupine fields, to volcanic craters, glaciers, ice-blue hotsprings, black beaches and sand deserts, and to a decidedly urban bustle in Reykjavik, all rubbing along … Continued

Los Angeles: The Mystic Fool Needs Bloodline Healing

Book Review: The Mystic Fool By Andy Hill Ian, the main character, is the quintessential twenty-something adrift in Asia consuming drugs, drink and tattoos. Slowly his spiritual side is shown starting with his knowledge of being in “Saturn Return when Saturn come back to the same place relative to Earth when you were born roughly the ages … Continued

Myanmar: Moving about in Mandalay (video)

WATCH: Moving about in Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma) September 30, 2012 When we arrived in the large highway bus station, I asked a man for Royal Guesthouse. He left and Toto appeared (yes, like from Wizard of Oz). He said, “I am a representative of Royal Guesthouse but I left at 2pm so I am not sure … Continued

Nepal: Lisa & George in The Himalayan Times

Lisa and George were featured in The Himlayan Times on the 20th of April 2013 sharing travelling tips learned over years of trekking the globe and writing tips for aspiring travel bloggers!   You can check out the article on The Himalayan Times website here : Link to Article     

Amsterdam has more to offer!

When talking about Amsterdam as a tourist spot, we often think about its amazing infrastructure and historical architectural pieces. We most of the time forget and take for granted the other attractions this city has to offer. Well, if you are planning to have some sort of adventure in this place, it would be good … Continued

Armenia: Sandcastle Girls

Chris Bohjalian’s novels have always intrigued me. His topics challenge, educate and encourage us to take action. Nearly one hundred years after the “Slaughter You Know Next to Nothing About,” his latest novel, The Sandcastle Girls (Vintage Contemporaries) , inspires me to wonder what should be done two years from today, April 24, 2015, to … Continued

Reykjavik: Literary Cultures

Reykjavik: Literary Cultures Certain things strike you when you are in a city for the first time. In Reykjavik, I was struck by the amount of books. I found it unusual for such a small linguistic area. It wasn’t simply that there were bookstores (albeit an increasing rarity in some places), but there were also … Continued

5 Places to Visit in Canada

There’s always something to see or do in Canada. The second largest country in the world has plenty to offer for everyone, regardless of hobbies or tastes. Being such a large country, you might ask the question “Where should I even begin?” Choosing where to go first is one of the hardest decisions to make … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel