Category Archives: Travel

Sometimes an Ounce of Prevention is Measured in What? Cups.

While studying Unani Medicine at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, we were shown their vast pharmacopeia as well as live demonstrations of some treatment methods, including the traditional Chinese practice of dry, vacuum cupping.  This woman,

Sometimes an Ounce of Prevention is Measured in What? Cups.

While studying Unani Medicine at the Aligarh Muslim University in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India, we were shown their vast pharmacopeia as well as live demonstrations of some treatment methods, including the traditional Chinese practice of dry, vacuum cupping.  This woman,

The Little One with the Bow and Arrow, at Mandu.

I was caught completely off guard.  Staring into the viewfinder while balancing another camera across my shoulder, I snapped several photos of my friend atop the crumbling fortress in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh.  As I was doing this, my friend jokingly

The Little One with the Bow and Arrow, at Mandu.

I was caught completely off guard.  Staring into the viewfinder while balancing another camera across my shoulder, I snapped several photos of my friend atop the crumbling fortress in Mandu, Madhya Pradesh.  As I was doing this, my friend jokingly

Taipei Medical University Hospital Piano

Somewhere in Taiwan, A Piano is Playing…

Stretching just beyond the shadow of Taipei 101, the Taipei Medical University Hospital operates as it does each and every day.  You’ll find all the sounds you might normally associate with at a hospital: the soft but high-pitched drone of

Taipei Medical University Hospital Piano

Somewhere in Taiwan, A Piano is Playing…

Stretching just beyond the shadow of Taipei 101, the Taipei Medical University Hospital operates as it does each and every day.  You’ll find all the sounds you might normally associate with at a hospital: the soft but high-pitched drone of

The Arrogant Bastards at Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido, California

As the windows were rolled down on a gorgeous early afternoon in Escondido, California, the pleasant aroma of freshly baked bread filled the air.  This was deceiving, however, for we were not at a small, French patisserie, but were in

The Arrogant Bastards at Stone Brewing Co. in Escondido, California

As the windows were rolled down on a gorgeous early afternoon in Escondido, California, the pleasant aroma of freshly baked bread filled the air.  This was deceiving, however, for we were not at a small, French patisserie, but were in

The Dastardly Delicate Bird Tornado of Santa Cruz

Bukhaw.  That is all they said.  I’m quite positive of this, as one of them landed violently on a perch next to us, paused just long enough to pass a sharp, rude glance my way, and spouted the word coldly

The Dastardly Delicate Bird Tornado of Santa Cruz

Bukhaw.  That is all they said.  I’m quite positive of this, as one of them landed violently on a perch next to us, paused just long enough to pass a sharp, rude glance my way, and spouted the word coldly

Family Time Redefined, at The Falafel Hut in Santa Cruz, California.

Watching a family share a meal provides a great insight into the dynamics of their relationship, and if you enjoy both statistics and keeping up with the times, it’d be a safe bet to assume you know that the American

Family Time Redefined, at The Falafel Hut in Santa Cruz, California.

Watching a family share a meal provides a great insight into the dynamics of their relationship, and if you enjoy both statistics and keeping up with the times, it’d be a safe bet to assume you know that the American

A World, Not too Far Away. Santa Cruz Island.

The boat heaved to and fro on our journey out of Ventura Harbor, slowly chugging toward the oft forgotten destination.  Having lived in Santa Barbara for a couple years, I’ve gazed upon Santa Cruz Island innumerable times, often trying to

A World, Not too Far Away. Santa Cruz Island.

The boat heaved to and fro on our journey out of Ventura Harbor, slowly chugging toward the oft forgotten destination.  Having lived in Santa Barbara for a couple years, I’ve gazed upon Santa Cruz Island innumerable times, often trying to