Denver reminded me a lot of Toronto, clashing the old with the new construction.
Visiting Upper Antelope Canyon on Navajo Nation boundary did not require any climbing as opposed to Lower Antelope canyon. It’s on ground level, but don’t be deceived by the plain appearance of the canyon from the outside. Once we were … Read More
Visiting the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in the Summer again. I hiked all the trails that led to each of the South Rim’s overlook view points, including Hermits Rest, Pima Point, Monument Creek Vista, The Abyss, Mohave Point, Hopi … Read More
There are multiple tourist attractions in Arizona other than Grand Canyon, including Sedona Red Rock Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon Dam. See how the Colorado River carved its way through the rocks by viewing the photo galleries below. Sedona & … Read More
Surrounding sand dunes make Salisbury Beach unique. Beach goers come here with their family for fishing or picnicking. Even the parking area is large enough to accommodate a crowd. There are a variety of vegetation around the beach, including rich … Read More
Spent a leisurely evening at Revere Beach, Massachusetts, contemplating time, the beauty in minimalism and metaphors. It was approaching 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and Spring began feeling the pricks of the broom. Almost mechanically, people rushed to the beach. A clock, just steps away from … Read More
New England is filled with pockets of delight in all its nooks and crannies. Especially in places like Boston, where one can just take the public transportation everywhere, it makes driving and parking a non-issue. Day and night in any … Read More