Bardstown Courthouse by Sharon Popek

Courthouses of Kentucky

When visiting towns and cities, I like to find the local courthouses. I often find that in small towns, they tend to be the biggest, most well kept buildings downtown. Each one is different. While many have similar …

Fog over West Dover Nova Scotia

Fog over West Dover Nova Scotia

Fog over West Dover Nova Scotia West Dover is a small quiet fishing village on Prospect Bay on the Atlantic ocean in Nova Scotia. It is actually in Peggy’s Cove area in between the famous heritage village and …

Mexican La Calavera Catrina on the Day of the Dead

Mexican La Calavera Catrina and the Day of the Dead

Mexican La Calavera Catrina and the Day of the Dead. The Day of the Dead – Día de los Muertos holiday is over, but the fun in Mexico never ends 🙂 During the celebration, the central plaza in …

New Orleans Magical French Quarter

New Orleans Magical French Quarter is filled with talent and each block offers a different and wonderful form of entertainment. At nearby Jackson Square you can  listen to great blues, learn your future from a tarot card reader, …

Cabo Sunrise by Connor Beekman

Cruise to Cabo San Lucas

“Cruise to Cabo San Lucas” by Connor Beekman The hot sun shines down on a rocky hillside dotted with cacti and shrubs, while a plain blue sky spans above the arid landscape. Fewer than ten inches of rain …

Cruise ships in Cozumel Mexico

Cruise Ships in Cozumel Mexico

Cruise Ships in Cozumel Mexico. It is simply amazing to see these monster cruise ships in Cuzumel Mexico. My husband and I spent a few weeks in this beautiful location on the Caribbean Sea. The cruise port is …

Who said Mexicans were poor

Who said Mexicans were poor…? – an unusual encounter!

Who said Mexicans were poor…?? Click on the photos for a larger view. This is a view from the back of a classic Mercedes Benz car, cruising one of the narrow downhill streets in Guanajuato, Mexico. Well, who said …

Empire State Building by Sharon Popek

The Beauty of Solo Travel

Traveling alone is a double edged sword. The beauty of solo travel allows for a great deal of freedom. I decide where to go and when. I get to choose whether we walk or take transportation. Also, taking …

Colorful hilltop houses in Guanajuato, Mexico

Colorful hilltop buildings in Guanajuato, Mexico

Colorful hilltop buildings in Guanajuato Mexico There are a lot of colors in Guanajuato Mexico. Some even say that this is the most beautiful city in the country. I don’t know if it’s the most beautiful, but it …

No Trespassing sign

No Trespassing Historic Sign

No Trespassing historic sign, dating back to 1869 in Wells, Nevada I saw and photographed this poster/sign in Wells, an old almost ghost town in Nevada. The town is full of history from the time when Chinese, Irish and …

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