“Jean Claude, I am fed up! Our families have been in La Nouvelle-Orléans for generations.
As our long-term readers may have noticed, while traveling, we attempt to notice and capture unusual and intriguing details that make each city unique. The infinitely charming, and meticulously preserved village of Bacharach was fertile ground for detail, and was a photographer’s dreamland.
The Okefenokee Swamp was strangely silent last Saturday. The only sound was a pinecone dropping from a towering conifer, first snagging in the filmy Spanish moss, then ricocheting off the tin roof like a shot.
This year has been a joy for us here at Gallivance. We took you along with us to 26 countries and 74 cities across the globe.
As travelers we’re fascinated by the world – dazzled by exotic locations, awed by natural wonders, and astounded by man-made marvels. Give us the souk in Marrakech, along with the Grand Canyon and Sydney Opera House … and we’re in heaven!
I’ve had a lifelong fascination with tiny abodes. Tree houses, gypsy wagons, log cabins, and Airstream Bambis have all sparked my imagination over the years.