Semana Santa (Holy Week) is a good time to be in Mexico City

First off, 4 years of high school spanish is failing me here.  People talk so fast that only the last syllable is clear.  For example when they say “Como te llamas?” (What’s your… Continue reading

Colors of India

One thing I remember vividly from my trip to India was the color. India is quite a colorful country in terms of the clothing worn by its people, especially the women. Shades of… Continue reading

Chaise Isle: Unexpected Artwork in a New Orleans Bayou

‘Chaise Isle’ sits in the middle of Bayou Bienvenue in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans.  It was installed by Roy Stabb, an artist known for his geometric environmental installations around the… Continue reading

Be inspired

We are the music makers, And we are the dreamer of dreams, Wandering by lone sea-breakers, And sitting by desolate streams;- World-losers and world-forsakers, On whom the pale moon gleams: Yet we are… Continue reading

A Nod to Detroit

Vegas Hipstamatic

Las Vegas. Despite the gaudiness and over-priced hotels of this man-made fantasyland, there’s quite a bit of gems to be found in this city. Catching Vegas at its best, in photographs… The Bellagio… Continue reading

Central Park and Musings on John Lennon

“Imagine” by John Lennon Play the song above.  Let it be the soundtrack of this post. Everyone recommended Strawberry Fields: my travel guide, people from the hostel I stayed in, other travelers I… Continue reading

Times Square Minutes: B&W Candid Shots

I enjoy people watching as much as I enjoy a good cup of coffee.  Times Square is a perfect place to sit and watch the crowd pass by.  Spend one minute here and… Continue reading

3 Days in New York

You will not run out of places to see and things to do in New York.  For the first-timers who want to see the main NY attractions and only have 3 days, here… Continue reading