Longing for a European vacation but short on vacation time? Québec City is the perfect getaway for vacation deprived Americans, especially those of us living in the Northeast. Its cobblestone streets, charming European architecture, fascinating history, French culture, world-class dining,
Even the Mayan builders knew that it’s all about location, location, location!
Perched on a cliff overlooking the clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Mayan Ruins of Tulum are a stunning sight to behold. While they may not be
Away from the tourist buses and crowds of the world famous Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, or those of nearby Tulum on the coast, there is the opportunity to explore the lesser known, but intriguing ruins of Cobá. Located only
What is the connection between the Lincoln Memorial and a small town embedded in the Colorado Rocky Mountains? Marble. Parts of the historic monument were sculpted out of said stone from the Colorado Yule Marble Company located in Marble, Colorado, an
“BACK PADDLE, BACK PADDLE, BACK PADDLE!” screamed our guide Roberto as if it was a matter of life and death. We were going through our first Class IV rapids, which he called the “cemetery”, down the Pacuare (pah kwah ray)
Machu Picchu and I have something in common: we share the same birthday! Sunday, July 24th, marks the 100th Anniversary of Hiram Bingham’s "re-discovery" of Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas” in Peru. This is sort of like an
It’s that time of year again in the Northeast. Daylight is waning. The weather is cooling down. The squirrels are gathering their nuts. The chipmunks are ubiquitous, running around and loudly chirping....
Hi, I'm Anabela, and I'm an outdoor photographer and travel blogger. Welcome to my website and join me in my travels as I explore alluring destinations, near and far. My mission is to provide travel inspiration through my photography and notes, focusing on beautiful destinations, charming properties, and memorable experiences.