In our last visit to Spain back in April, we were lucky enough to visit the Sagrada Familia even though we only had a few hours in Barcelona before we had to part for our final destination, Zaragoza. It was just outstanding. I had seen multiple photos of the cathedral before and even saw it... Continue Reading →
The world's oldest intact ship, found in 1954, was preserved since 2566 BC ( ! ) buried in a pit adjacent to the Giza pyramids. It was built as an afterlife offer to Khufu pharaoh, which will carry the King from this world to the heavens. The boat, of course, suffered some tear throughout the... Continue Reading →
I'd like to start showing some dishes from around the world to hopefully inspire some people to visit that area. Let's be honest, many people would travel just for food. Trying food from other regions and culture is one of the richest and most important experiences of a trip. Today I'd like to talk about... Continue Reading →
A tiny store constructed with wood materials, decorated with recycled leather details collected from local shoe & automobile stores and using its logo depicting the original Medusa.