“Once something is posted to the Internet, it’s never going away.” — digitaltrends.com
In all our years of travel we’ve learned that no matter where we are on the globe, we can rarely predict what’s going to come out of a child’s mouth … especially if we’re holding a camera. And there’s the joy.
Our Weird and Wonderful series is on hiatus, and things have gotten back to normal at Gallivance. It was a fun series for us, and we’re happy to have provided an excuse for our readers to stray off the straight and narrow.
I fell in love with Greece in Texas! Strange, but true. My first exposure to anything Greek was years ago at Little Gus’ Restaurant in Dallas. Its location on not-yet-trendy Lower Greenville guaranteed great food in a perfect hole in the wall cafe.
At a busy intersection just outside the historic center of Wroclaw, stands an unusual collection of sculptures. These are statues of ordinary people going about
FLASHBACK 17 YEARS: Small-Town Ohio, USA … I began my love affair with the French language at age 14. For the previous two years I’d been languishing in Spanish class, taught by Mrs. Black, who never shaved her legs but wore nylons
Its position on the southern edge of the Sahara Desert ensures that Khartoum, Sudan is hellishly hot, ridiculously dry, and exceedingly sandy. When we moved there in the summer of 1984, like most novice expatriates, Terri and I were incredibly excited and determined