With video, too!
From a July 1972 interview where Ali recites an original poem about the 1971 Attica Prison uprising, the deadliest in US history.
Acknowledging moments that otherwise pass us by.
Budapest from €19, Belgrade from €25, Zurich, Munich and Vienna from €29.
The debut of a new occasional series featuring 17-second mental health breaks.
How quickly they grow.
An abbreviated tour.
Drive-by shooting through a dirty bus window over the course of a 21 hour ride from Lima to Tumbes, Peru.
A job that’s safer than it looks and with the best views in town.
A four minute stroll through the Slovenian capital.
A few photos, stock video footage and a brief notebook from Bahía de Caráquez, a Pacific coast town of about 20,000 in Ecuador’s Manabi Province.
A 40-photo and four video tour through Patagonia’s Last Hope Sound.
I posted a 32-photo gallery and notebook yesterday about the La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Here’s a brief video shot during a rainy interlude during my visit, edited down to about 30 seconds. Just a little mental health break. Enjoy!
Wrapping up this three-post series on a pair of day hikes from El Chalten, Argentina, is this mini-gallery of the Glaciar Grande and the lake it overlooks, Laguna Torre. Even shrouded in clouds the scene does an admirable job advertising this corner of Los Glaciares National Park as the hiker attraction that it is. It’s… Continue reading Patagonia’s Laguna Torre and Glaciar Grande – A Seven Image Gallery
An illustrated guide to Patagonia’s Fitz Roy trail from El Chalten, Argentina. Video, too.
Sixty second with oddly cute thigh-high creatures
Looking back on a year’s accommodations, with a rockin’ soundtrack
It’s a little dark in parts for which I apologize; it’s also a bit heavy on sausages, for which I do not.
Traveling at an average clip of 44.5 kph, slower than the peak speed Usain Bolt reached during his last 100m world record
There were two reasons I wanted to visit El Alto, at one time a slum on the margins of Bolivia’s capital La Paz and now the country’s second largest city. One: It’s the highest major metropolis in the world; and two: it’s the largest indigenous city in the Americas.