We always had the vision of the Jordan River as a wide, formidable, ageless, and important-looking. It’s not.
One of my most cherished memories of Israel.
Want cheese on that? Too bad.
It was a Dead Sea Scroll kinda day. Here are…
We were fortunate to be able to visit 2 major religious sites in Old Jerusalem: The Western Wall and the Holy Sepulchre.
Old Jerusalem is an ancient, fragrant, complex, dusty, emotionally-, politically-, and religiously-charged space.
In the heart of Historic Mexico City, on Zocalo Square and partially buried under the Cathedral of Mexico City, is an ancient Aztec temple, archaeological site, and museum.
Our Airbnb host helped us plan an amazing walking tour of the heart of Mexico City.
Josh thinks visiting Teotihuacan was cooler than visiting the Pyramids of Giza. I’m on the fence.
We would take a trip back to Mexico City for the food alone.