Fred Sirevåg was on a hike near Preikestolen, also called Pulpit Rock. This is a widely popular destination in Norway due to its breathtaking scenery, specifically viewed from the cliff that rises around 2,000 feet above the fjord.
All was was going well for Sirevåg, who was photographing his surroundings, but he soon noticed a scene that made him extremely uncomfortable. Parents had allowed their baby to crawl near the edge of the massive cliff.
“They let the baby … Keep Reading!!!
Ben McMahon went into a coma due to a terrible motor vehicle accident two years ago.
His family was fearing the worst, but Ben woke up a few days later.
Here’s where the story takes a turn for the bizarre.
When Ben awoke, he could only speak Mandarin Chinese, a language that he took (along with French) in high school, but he said that the language never really “clicked.”
Strangely, after he came out of his coma Ben not only … Keep Reading!!!
Nuseir Yassin decided after his recently collage graduation that he would travel the world. He wanted to document his travels in a unique way. With a Rubik’s Cube in hand, Yassin met people in various places around the world, and ask each to help solve the cube but giving it just one move. After traveling to 11 countries and 84 people giving him 84 independent moves, the Rubik’s cube was finally solved! Yassin’s finished product is an uplifting video that … Keep Reading!!!
Yes, we know that the World Cup is over and everyone in the US went back to not caring about soccer… again. But we’re going to keep the party going over here.
Check out this 6 minute documentary on Rio’s very competitive blind soccer league!
Heather and I had three days to acclimate to the 9 hour time change and we decided to spend that time in Cape Town.
After roughly 3 solid hours of radiant sunshine, the clouds took over and we quickly realized we left the start of a beautiful California Summer for a drizzly African winter. Or as Heather put it, she left the Bay Area for the San Francisco of the southern … Keep Reading!!!
By Victoria Gensheimer.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of the term honeymoon? Historians have several theories.
One of the earliest theories is that the word is derived from the Old English “honey moone.” “Honey” identifies with the sweetness of being newly married. It was European custom to offer the newly married couple enough honey mead to last for a month. It was known to have an intoxicating effect and acted as an aphrodisiac. The word “moone” makes reference … Keep Reading!!!
Allow us to recount the first leg of the trip and share our South African Airways reviews…
Heather and I were discussing our trip when we got into Cape Town the other night, and we made the decision to make a travel log, because we already feel like we have some useful information to share.
For your reference, we both travel quite frequently throughout the year. I think I’ve been home … Keep Reading!!!