The night markets in Thailand are every foodie’s dream: plenty of cheap, delicious dishes cooked up on the side of the road!
As we are leaving South East Asia, we are thinking of all the things we’ll miss – one of them being the daily alms giving ceremony that we witnessed in many places.
We spent a few days in Sihanoukville last week and truly felt like we were on vacation! The main reason for this was our excellent hotel, the Beach Club Resort.
Nicaraguan presidential elections take place in 2011, and the people here are passionate politicos. Check out this house painted in full support for Daniel Ortega and the FSLN Sandinista party.
Estelí is located in Nicaragua’s Northern Highlands and the country’s 3rd largest city. The town was heavily involved in conflict during the Sandinista revolution of the 70s and 80s and still is one of the towns with the most support for the Sandinista FSLN party. Estelí may not feature the same colonial architecture that Granada or Leon are famous for, but the city is famous for its intelligent urban art.
Check out the basket, made out of….Rooster? Yes, we found Rooster Baskets in Masaya, Nicaragua.
When we arrived in Bisbee, a small town in Southern Arizona, we had no idea it would be such an artsy community – we loved the street art we found all over town!
If you’ve been following this site for a while, you know that I am a huge fan of street art. And one thing I love about New York City is …
This week’s Polaroid encapsulates the short, sad story of Jess breaking her ankle in Cusco, Peru.
An unexpected trip to our favorite city in the world overlapped with a massive snowstorm, resulting in seeing a beautifully snow-covered Central Park!