Cambodia is home to some of the world’s most spectacular ancient temples. Get a glimpse of this centuries-old world in this photo essay on temples in the Angkor Archaeological Park.
I stand outside at daybreak as a frosty breeze dances through the Masai Mara National Reserve. Steam rises from my mug and slowly melts away into a misty violet-colored dawn.
Snow in the Sonoran Desert – from a February 2011 storm near Tucson, Arizona.
You’re a foodie and a traveler. But do you have Turkey, Ethiopia or Vietnam on your travel list? Those under-the-radar countries and others are part of this interesting Tripbase article about 10 top travel destinations for food lovers.
This mouth-watering road trip will give you a chance to sample some of the many ways that pizza is tossed and baked in America – from New York’s foldable slices to Chicago’s deep dish pizzas, from Providence’s grilled pizza to Detroit’s square Sicilian style, and from the clam pizzas of New Haven to the tomato pies of Trenton.
We watched the sunrise from atop Mount Sinai (after trekking up the mountain by flashlight from 2:45 to 5:15 a.m.). Now, we’re making our way back down the trail through the stark and stunning Sinai landscape on the way to St. Catherine’s Monastery.
The heavens are colored a passionate blue and the earth below is draped in a jagged blanket of white. All sense of time has melted away as we glide in a dream world through shimmering skies above snow-capped peaks.
This is the tale of our interaction over several days with an Egyptian university student during a trip to Egypt. Though the story is a bit humorous, you will see Khalil here discussing his dreams for the future and his economic challenges. Since this is relevant to the historic events now taking place in that country, it’s a good way to remember the dreams of all young Egyptians.
What are some of the world’s classic backpacker trails? Lonely Planet has 10 suggestions, including a Banana Pancake Trail through Southeast Asia and an Istanbul to Cairo trek.
A Peruvian mother and her child at a market near Cuzco, Peru.
Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Kurt Vonnegut and Laura Ingalls Wilder are just some of the writers who hail from the American heartland. If you love literature, you could do a lot worse than to craft a literary road trip through the Midwest.
Since a lot of the U.S. is being hit with snow and cold right now, it seems like a good time for a wintery travel photo. Here is a view of the Puerto Moreno Glacier, not far from the town of El Calafate in the Patagonia region of Argentina.
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