Mild, hot mineral smells steam in abundance from creeks, small lots around houses and keep the roads and sidewalks warm […]
Archive for ‘Anthropology’
Vagabrothers: Biggest, Baddest Bucketlist Winners on the Move.
Some of you out there in travel-blog-adventure-land may have heard about a little thing called My Destination.com’s “Biggest, Baddest Bucketlist.” […]
Inside a Basque Cider House
“Txotx!”, exclaims the toastmaster in his traditional Basque txapela or beret (*in Euskera, tx sounds like “ch”). Twisting the tap of the […]
Check out this trailer by my friends the Vagabrothers as they explore Scotland, searching for its unique cultural identity and unmask the […]
There are few people in this world I admire more than Wade Davis. Anthropologist, adventurer and National Geographic Explorer in […]
Greeting. Kathmandu, Nepal
monk children, a photo by pollywogonalog on Flickr. Monk children greet a high lama with white silk katas at Kopan Monastery in […]
On Being Bipeds
How does it feel to be a human? The first big step in anyone’s life is learning to walk shortly […]
South India in a few photos.
Boudhanath, Kathmandu, a photo by pollywogonalog on Flickr. The famous stupa at Boudhanath, Kathmandu.