Putting the ‘Art’ into the Art of Travel

Travel is known to inspire many things: wanderlust, broader horizons, and sometimes even cases of good-natured envy. Among artistic types, the scenes and experiences had while traveling have often served as a muse - just ask Paul Gauguin, Ansel Adams and the people who've created those fascinating travel posters during the last century. Regarding the... Continue Reading →


Risk Addiction & Win A Free Book

So just the other day I came across a geography game I was addicted to years ago (and am now once again). In short, you are given the name of a city or place of interest to be found on the accompanying map. These maps are not labeled, and being a rather small window, many... Continue Reading →

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