In light of my new behavioral preference I decided that I had to do something about this energetic black hole that had emerged in the sanctity of my resting place. Clearly moving out was not an option so I turned to my favourite method of clearing bad energy from places: Salt.
My familiarity with the water and youthful experiences with rowing held me in good stead when I first stepped into a sleek racing eight at the age of sixteen. I felt comfortable...as if I belonged.
From a ship graveyard in Mauritania to a picturesque 16th century Italian village, we can't help but be mesmerized by these mysterious and beautiful abandoned places around the world.
Like a Nike swoosh of sand, Mudjin Harbour tails out onto Dragon Cay, a rocky outcropping somewhere between boulder and islet. On the bluff above sit five cabins and three small villas belonging to a laid-back resort, one of just a few accommodations on this island of 275 residents.
There are so many amazing places to view the changing colors of fall leaves, it can be tough to choose. We decided to make a list of five of our favorites to help you narrow things down. Some are more under the radar and might surprise you.
From small seaside villages to colonial cities with Mayan roots, a number of underrated destinations await travelers looking for an authentic Mexican vacation.
Seven weeks into our year of living in Europe, homesickness hit hard. We're suddenly in the clutches of profound melancholia, in the grip of le cafard. The French have an apt expression for homesickness (mal du pays), but I prefer another term: le cafard, literally "the cockroach."
For all of you that have always dreamed of going on an epic safari and never felt like it was a tangible dream, South Dakota awaits you. You don't need your passport, to learn another language, or to even know how to ride a horse.
Why is October the best month in San Francisco? For one reason: the "City-By-The-Bay" gets a late summer and October days are always stunning. Also, it is when the Navy converges on San Francisco for Fleet Week, complete with the mesmerizing aerial show of the Blue Angels.
You're in a city, but it could be any city. You're riding alongside a port, but it could be any port. But it's not just any city and it's not just any port, it's Montreal. How can you tell?
Roughly the size of Kentucky, diminutive Iceland nevertheless captivates with its lunar-like surface, volcanic landscape, glaciers, waterfalls and hot springs. Treasures abound everywhere you look, provided you have the gusto to rent a car and venture outside of the country's admittedly charming capital city Reykjavik.
As I was walking around Amvrosies, high on a mountain on the island of Andros, all my senses were awakened. The sound of flowing water from streams and waterfalls was pervasive.