What’s New on the Site

A website is a living, growing thing. In our case, most of the new content comes from Sidenotes (quick facts + thoughts), the blog (longer, structured posts), and (re)Wandering (occasional city walks). Here are the latest ten.

What's New on the Site

How Camping Can Relieve Stress & Anxiety

Our lives can be full of things that bring so much stress and anxiety. People often wonder if they can add more hours in their days – if only that were possible. With so many… Read More

World’s Best Hikes: Summer Hiking Trails

Few experiences can give a sense of freedom and adventure as deep as a summer hiking trip. Between June and August, most of us also have more time for what we really like to do, leaving… Read More

Solo Travel: Places to Visit This Summer

Solo travel is ever more popular these days, and besides the many articles and posts already written on the subject, now even advertising campaigns are winking at solo travelers… Read More

Top 10 Favorite Things to Do This Summer

Summer is coming, so time to lay down on a beach for a couple of weeks, right? No way! From hiking, walking, and cycling tours, to conservation expeditions and scenic train… Read More

US Coast to Coast: The Westward Adventure

Americans come to Europe to admire the ruins of the past, in search of an ephemeral beauty that fits common aesthetic canons. Personally, I am much more interested now in what will be… Read More

Flaneur Magazine: Urban Vivisection Every Now and Then

Published irregularly and difficult to find, Flaneur Magazine focuses each time on a small microcosm to tell universal stories with a refined visual and literary approach. The pleasure of street-by-street… Read More

Camino de Santiago: Thoughts & Experiences

The Camino de Santiago, aka the Way of Saint James, is a 1,000-year-old pilgrimage to the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in Galicia, Spain. Many people walk this route for… Read More

Walden Pond: Warmer Waters and Loads of Mocha Syrup

The pond turned into a latrine is the perfect metaphor for today's mass tourism. Thoreau's Walden Pond, which is only half an hour's drive from Boston, MA, is invaded every year by half a million… Read More

Virtual Weekend Escapes: Across the Brooklyn Bridge

American filmmaker Bill Morrison, known for the award-winning Dawson City: Frozen Time, is a keen visual archaeologist and time traveler. In this 2005 short film commissioned by the Museum of… Read More

Virtual Weekend Escapes: Quick Tour of the Moon in 4K

If you have 5 spare minutes, NASA can fly you to the Moon with unprecedented realism thanks to data gathered by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft over the course of the last 6 years… Read More

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