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!
The Dead Sea is one of the top attractions in Israel. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people travel to the Dead Sea to slather their bodies in mineral-rich mud and float in the salty water. It’s a unique experience – and not one to be missed if you visit Israel – but there are a few things you need to know about the Dead Sea before you visit.
Everyone knows the Dead Sea is the … 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!!!
Jack Hyer knew he wanted to marry Rebecca Strellnauer after their first date. However, it still took him four years to ask for her hand in marriage.
Perhaps the delay was due to his elaborate proposal plan.
During those four years, Hyer constructed music video lip-synching to “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by The Proclaimers, which takes place in 26 different countries.
It’s too bad that she declined his proposal. Okay, just kidding… She said yes!
We wish the happy … Keep Reading!!!
When you travel from one place to another, no matter within your country or outside of it, you learn certain things. The most important thing that almost everyone learns about traveling is to make a proper list of things that need to be taken along. This is because, most of the times, we forget important things back home and then face severe consequences of forgetting them.
So, make a list and put it in your drawer with all the important … Keep Reading!!!
One of China’s Five Sacred Daoist mountains, Hua Shan located east of Xi’an. It consists of four peaks, and is known as one of the most dangerous hiking trails in the world.
Watch hiker take on the plank walk located near the South Peak. (What is at the top? A tea house.)
And if you think that is crazy-
This hiker does the plank walk without a harness!!!
What do you think? Would you try it?
Also, I wonder how … Keep Reading!!!
Waves For Water / Hamlin Fistula Hospital Clean-Water Project
Every year obstetric fistula affects at least two million women across the globe.
In Ethiopia, women make a long, arduous journey to reach the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in an attempt to end their constant misery and overcome the pressing sense of shame and rejection. A result of neglected childbirth, obstetric fistula is a hole that forms between the vagina and the bladder (and occasionally the rectum) in incidents of
Lori caught this Grivet monkey breastfeeding when we were in Ethiopia.
Mom seems to be enjoying a snack, too.
March 2013- Ethiopia.
It was a hot summer day during an extreme sandstorm when we arrived.
The shallow community well was undrinkable.
After being filtered, a child received his first taste of clean water; we were there and witness firsthand the immediate transformation.
If you told me you don’t believe access to clean water is a human right, then I would tell you, you don’t believe in human dignity.
Nestle’s attempt to fear people into supporting the commoditization of … Keep Reading!!!