A country defined by its lakes and volcanoes, abuzz with rich coffee harvests and influenced by the traditions of its indigenous peoples, Nicaragua is the ideal location for travelers interested in ecotourism…. Read more.
Growing up in an African household, Cynthia Kambou was raised on a mix of traditional plant based dishes in combination with more modern processed foods like Nutella and Maggi soup mix. “I’m one of these people who has a basic journey where when you’re young, you just eat what you parents give you because you don’t know better.” … Read more.
While their contents are varied, each offers high-quality goods that reflect facets of Berlin’s distinctly self-possessed standard of style…. Read more. Photo Courtesy of Soto
Known primarily for its historic citadel and the many concerts held here, most people have no idea about the cultural gems nestled in Spandau’s side streets…. Read more. Photo Credit: © Douglas Jay Benson/WikiCommons
When we think of the United States certain cities spring to mind…. Read more. Photo cred: Portland Maine | © Jubileejourney/WikiCommons
America is a country with many myths and pathos that tend to mask the reality of most people trying to get by in this diverse and dynamic place…. Read more. Photo Cred: Harlem Newsboy by Gordon Parks, 1943 (LOC) | © pingnews.com/Flickr
The center of interesting history and lore, Crete has always been an enticing place to visit…. Read more. Photo Cred: Loutro | © Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho/Flickr
Budapest has accumulated its own sense of vibrant mystique over the years. It has had a tumultuous past that’s set it on its own distinct trajectory compared to other major cities in Europe like Paris, London, Rome, or even nearby Prague. When I went in mid-April, spring was just beginning to emerge. The weather was warm, and the trees were beginning to blossom. The many iconic buildings and sights were brought to life amidst tender pink blooms and budding leaves in shades of vivid green. Even walking around without spending a dime is enough reason to visit this place. Budapest speaks for itself. Getting the lay of the land Budapest straddles the Danube River. The Pest (pronounced “pesht”) side is the flatter half of the city where the Jewish Quarter is situated. Perched on a hill at the western bank of the Danube you will find the Buda side. From the vantage point of the Szechenyi Bridge, which connects the two halves of the city, you can see the historic Romanesque buildings standing with dignity against the …
MyRiveGauche is a travel blog created by Rebecca, a Berlin-based travel aficionado… Read more. Photo: © MyRiveGauche
Peru is a land of diverse biomes and cultures… Read more. Photo cred: Cecilia Roche