The Colors of Cartagena

On my first visit to Colombia, what surprised me the most (besides the amazing fruit!) were the colors of Cartagena. Amazing… I hadn’t really looked at pictures of the city before I left or done a whole lot of research. I went with a friend, and had no specific plans or expectations of what I Read more about The Colors of Cartagena[…]

Cordoba, Spain–a city of contrasts

Cordoba, Spain is a dusty, warm place that sends you back in time. After going to Seville, my friend and I went to Cordoba for a couple of days and the blend of Christian and Muslim influences could be seen everywhere, even in small details. The town has a decidedly southern Spain feel to it Read more about Cordoba, Spain–a city of contrasts[…]

Zermatt, Switzerland and the Mighty Matterhorn

Living in New Orleans, which is hot as hell, we are always craving the cold. Or at least the cool. A breeze maybe? My son, when he was younger, always wanted snow. I can’t tell you how rare that is here but you can imagine. So one year, when we were heading to Italy for Read more about Zermatt, Switzerland and the Mighty Matterhorn[…]