This info comes from a regular traveler to Morocco "The fall is considered one of the best times to visit the country. Morocco in September begins to cool down and calm down. Warm weather and blue skies become the norm as the country transitions into fall, and most tourists return to their daily lives. October … Continue reading Best time to visit Morocco?
10 Things about The One in a Million Boy It’s never too late to make a new friend. Everyone has a story worth hearing. No matter your age, you can achieve goals. We all have something to give. Family is not defined merely by blood or marriage. Commitment is not easy, but it will be … Continue reading One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Wod
Atlanta surprised us today. We really knew nothing about the city other than we wanted to visit the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. We found a reasonably priced hotel in the Midtown area, a perfect place to stay for city folk like us. We mapped the library and decided it was walkable, about 3 miles, and … Continue reading Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
Following up on her bestseller, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, author Barbara Kingsolver and family opened up a farm-to-table restaurant in Meadowview, Virginia, near her family home and farm. And it happened to be on the route of our southbound trip this fall. Only a few miles off the highway, Meadowview is so small you could easily … Continue reading Harvest Table, Barbara Kingsolver’s restaurant
The lovely colonial city of Antigua, Guatemala is where we spend most of our Holy Week tour each year. Streets are cobble-stoned, houses painted pastel colors, churches on every corner. During the Lenten season, so much more is going on, including creating gorgeous carpets, or alfombras, on the streets. The alfombras are made from flower … Continue reading Antigua, Guatemala, Holy Week
Before we left the US, a friend asked how do I dress to not look like a tourist. There seems to no longer be a difference between us and them, in terms of dress. In European cities, everyone, whether traveler or local, dresses the same. Not long ago you could tell local women by the … Continue reading How to not look like a tourist
Tourism is the main industry in Croatia these days, but it’s fairly low key. We booked two day tours from Dubrovnik, one to neighboring country of Montenegro and the other to Bosnia and Herzegovina. As we were staying at an AirBnB in the old city which is totally care free. We were told to meet … Continue reading