Kaa-khemskiy rayon — We were told we were going somewhere else first. Now Eastern Tuva. Who’s going? not sure. A family of three, the daughter translates for us, asking us polite questions about our lives. Driving out, fi...
Parfenyevskiy rayon — head near the window in upper bunk 14 of car 2 of train 68 bound for abakan. gusts of refreshing air blow scents in — machine oil, brake pads, cow dung too close to the city, cut grass, cool water. pe...
Monte isola — It was a ton of work to get here. But then it sorta wasn’t. On Sunday I decided that seeing Christo’s The Floating Piers was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I spent the afternoon clicking...
We didn't really know what to expect...
Any place with a capital spelled K Y Z Y L has just GOT to be interesting!
Scents of the Trans-Siberian Railway
If you're in Moscow in the summer, never talk with strangers at Patriarch's Ponds.
The chapel of silence would be the perfect place to meditate were it not for all the people
Sunset in St. Petersburg is surprisingly beautiful
A view from the Flume Trail.
Barcelona is cloudy today; thank you Nature. Makes me miss the roulette of San Francisco weather...
The 50€ and 5 minutes in a helicopter were totally worth it to see The Floating Piers.
Over on the further edge of The Floating Piers, there is a little more calm.
made it through ordering and paying for a coffee without someone speaking English to me
Upon return from the floating piers at midnight, the random kebab panino I got had amazing sesame bread.
the floating piers
Greeted to Brescia by a Tango bandoneon. Smile on my face.
flight delayed, the floating piers await
this is where things got better
Lounging around on a terrace on top of of the Eixample.