How to “travel” while sheltering in place The best thing you can be doing as you shelter in place is to find new, creative ways to stay connected with others. The second-best thing is to learn how to not go nuts at home. And one way to do that is to get to discover your home. Umm… Discover your home? I know: How can you discover something…
Chiusa and the serendipity of travel Discovering some unknown (to you) place on your own is one of the great joys of travel. No one has recommended it to you, guidebooks may barely mention it and yet, once there, you wonder, “Why have I never heard of this place before?” Most people head to the Dolomites – that craggy region of northern Italy – to hike amid its…
How do you discover hidden worlds in your own neighborhood? As we saw last time, part of it means being open and paying attention to what goes unnoticed even around your own house or backyard. You can also take this one step further and discover other neighborhoods that you’ve either not known about or ignored for years. Such was the case for me with Seattle’s Chinatown and International…
You travel far off any known tourist map to encounter what you believe will be a unique travel experience. No one there speaks your language or appears to have ever encountered a Westerner before. You learn enough of the local language which, combined with gestures worthy of Marcel Marceau or an Academy Award, get you by. You come home from this seemingly unique travel experience. You post stories…
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