Stories about Travel from June, 2016
Japan This is a quirky historical photoblog that examines parts of Tokyo not normally covered by English-language guidebooks.
Through a virtual reality film, we can now see the underwater treasures of Birds’ Head and feel like we are “scuba diving in a healthy reef.”
For a Short Time, Documentary ‘Humano’ Is Free to Watch Online in Celebration of the Incan Sun Festival
"Humano" follows the quest of a young man in search of answers about the human condition in the Peruvian Andes.
Petr Zamkovoi has almost 13,000 times fewer Twitter followers, but TV journalist Vladimir Soloviev still found the time to lecture him about hard work and providing for one's family.
"There are heroes in name and then there are heroes in legend who will live on through the ages. The late Harold La Borde was the latter."
Because how could it not?
"...aside from the sound of car-horns, the constant sonic backdrop is a chorus of tinkling bicycle bells and the tin carcases of empty rickshaws rattling over the uneven roads."
In Colombia, the Las Lajas Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosary is at the center of numerous visits and fantastic stories, celebrating the miraculous nature of the temple.
They were expecting 2,500 Swedish volunteers to answer phone calls from foreigners curious about their country. They got 30,000.