By Perceptive Travel - Feb 20, 2019
BOOKS, READING, TRAVEL
Books: they make great travel companions. Books are good for inspiration, too, and of course research, and for memories, and for sharing...Traveling, Travel, History, Kerry projects, Literary Travel, books, history, museums, reading, bookstores, connection, learning, reflection, travel reflection
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 15, 2019
5 FREE ATTRACTIONS TO VISIT IN KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA
I've visited Kuala Lumpur twice, and I have to say I'm disappointed at how un-backpacker friendly the city is. In May 2018, the city...Tour, Chiang Mai, City, Home, Kuala Lumpur, Adventure travel, Asia travel, City or urban travel, Travel, budget travel, Activities, nature, UNESCO World Heritage Site
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 12, 2019
SUSSEX BY THE SEA: THE CURIOUS CASE OF EASTBOURNE
Eastbourne is one of the iconic British seaside resorts you'll find scattered along the East Sussex coastline. For a long time, I never...Destinations, Holiday, People, Resort, Home, City or urban travel, Europe travel, Jennifer projects, Travel, eastbourne, england, sussex, UK
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 6, 2019
GLASGOW IN SIX STATUES
Glasgow is a city of stories. People have been living at this place along the River Clyde in southwestern Scotland since prehistoric...Traveling, Travel, City, People, Culture, Art and Art Museums, City or urban travel, Europe travel, History, Kerry projects, history, art, creativity, Glasgow, Scotland, scotland history
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 5, 2019
TOURING THE PROHIBITION MUSEUM IN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA
When you think of the first English settlements in the USA, you think of Jamestown and Williamsburg, but the one that really thrived...USA, City, Museum, Drink, Tour, History, Travel, US travel, weirdness, American South, museums, booze, Georgia, liquor, savannah, savannah georgia
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 1, 2019
EGG COFFEE IN VIETNAM WAS NOTHING LIKE I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE
On my first day in Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, I saw a sign for egg coffee. Obviously, I had to try some. What they gave me...City, Adventure travel, Asia travel, food & drink, Travel, weirdness, food, coffee, cafes, hanoi, vietnam
By Perceptive Travel - Feb 1, 2019
SALAMANCA: THE SPANISH OXFORD
When people think of Spain they picture sun, sea and the costas. In some it evokes thoughts of drinking cheap sangria before hitting...Traveling, Travel, Spain, City, Drink, People, Resort, City or urban travel, Europe travel, Jennifer projects, Europe, castilla y leon, salamanca, spain
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 28, 2019
IRELAND, POETRY, STORY: SEAMUS HEANEY LISTEN NOW AGAIN IN DUBLIN
Guidebooks, memoirs, biography, novels contemporary and historical - there are many ways to experience, reflect upon, and learn about...Traveling, City, Life, Travel, City or urban travel, Europe travel, History, Kerry projects, museums, Dublin, ireland, irish poetry, Northern Ireland, poetry, writers
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 26, 2019
5 REASONS WHY FLORENCE IS MY FAVORITE ITALIAN CITY
I have fond memories of my five weeks traveling through Italy. I'm not a big fan of Rome. Florence, on the other hand, is my favorite...Traveling, Travel, Food, Family, Italy, Rome, Home, City, Tour, Art and Art Museums, City or urban travel, Europe travel, History, food, art, Florence, Religion, UNESCO World Heritage Site
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 24, 2019
NO DAY SHALL ERASE YOU: NEW YORK'S 9/11 MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM
You can tell that the people who designed the layout and exhibits at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum were inspired in part by a very well...City, Business, Deals, Museum, Wellness, People, Design, New York, Trip, City or urban travel, History, Sheila projects, Travel, US travel, NYC, 9, 11 Memorial and Museum, Manhattan, New York City, Sept 11, travel
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 19, 2019
SEE THEM PLAY: CALFORNIA'S NAMESAKE SEA LIONS
Drive along California's Highway 1, and you're bound to see a colony of California seal lions scooting, barking, and piling on top...City, New York, Vancouver, Trip, Travel, US travel, animal travel, California, conservation travel
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 18, 2019
9 THINGS TO DO ON YOUR FIRST TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY
A friend of mine is heading out on her first trip to New York City, and she's feeling quite overwhelmed by all of the different things...Trip, City, Food, New York, Tour, City or urban travel, Sheila projects, Travel, US travel, first trip to New York, must see New York City, New York City, things to do in NYC, travel
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 15, 2019
INSPIRATION, TRAVEL, AND STORIES
It is a time for making plans, for making resolutions, for setting goals - and for seeking inspiration for doing all those things....Traveling, Home, Travel, Kerry projects, travel stories, adventure, architecture, books, history, music, food and travel, new years resolutions, resolutions, theater, travel goals, travel inspiration
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 14, 2019
DISCOVERING KOCHI'S JEW TOWN
The city of Kochi breathes in and exhales culture and diversity. Take a walk around the old town and you'll spot elements from the...Traveling, Travel, Art, City, Culture, Asia travel, City or urban travel, History, Jennifer projects, india, jew town, jewish history, jewish quarter, Kerala, kochi, malabar coast, paradesi synagogue
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 9, 2019
BABYMOONING IN THE BAHAMAS
Two things about this post: For most of my life, I never imagined that I would be going on a babymoon. Me? A mother? And a babymoon?...Trip, Traveling, Cruise, Style, Styles, Travel, Life, cruise travel, food & drink, Island travel, Kristin projects, Perceptive Travel, travel stories, weekend, babymoon, Bahamas, Carnival, cruise, getaway, island, Kristin Winet, Nassau, providence
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 6, 2019
EAT LIKE A LOCAL ON A NEIGHBORHOOD FOOD TOUR
Are you experiencing a new country with all five senses? Are you taking advantage of the fact that most places are laying out their...Vacation, Tour, Bar, Life, Central America, Celebration, Culture, Celebrity, Food, City or urban travel, Europe travel, food & drink, Travel, US travel, food, Italy, Alabama, cuisine, food and travel, food tours, food travel, Rome, Rotterdam
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 4, 2019
10 REASONS WHY I CHOSE CHIANG MAI AS MY WINTER HOME BASE
Chiang Mai is the capital of the northern province of Thailand. For years, it's been a digital nomad hub and for good reason. Here...Weekends, Home, Chiang Mai, Asia travel, City or urban travel, food & drink, Travel, food, budget travel, thailand, Activities, Chaing Mai, Expats
By Perceptive Travel - Jan 2, 2019
TRADFEST: CELEBRATING MUSIC IN DUBLIN'S TEMPLE BAR
Temple Bar in Dublin City: it is well known for its lively pubs, its art galleries, its one off boutiques, its history - but there...Event, City, Art, Wellness, Bar, Festival, Celebrity, Celebration, City or urban travel, Europe travel, Kerry projects, Travel, world music, food, music, americana music, children, creativity, Dublin, dublin cultural quarter, ireland, music of Ireland
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