San Cristobal De Las Casas: Part 2

We continue our Chiapas adventure with the second part of San Cristobal De Las Casas Sightseeing. We had a delicious breakfast at the hotel before embarking on our last day at this beautiful town. We walked to the main church in the town. The Guadalupe Church was built on top of the hill in 1834….

San Cristobal De Las Casas: Part 1

Hello our dear 3 readers,  we took a break from the blog but now we are back with full force ready to report on trips to Iceland, Mexico, and Nashville.  Let’s start with our most recent trip to the state of Chiapas in the south-east part of Mexico.  We needed to go to Mexico City…

I Want That Pottery

I finally had some time to continue with the New Mexico blog posts: Santa Fe. We woke up early to be able to visit the Native American bazzar of handcrafts that they set outside the Palace of the Governors. While Eitan awkardly stood there for 20 minutes, Sarah went to each individual seller to find…

Castelo De Vide

We met in the lobby where Sarah got teary as the reality hit that, of their 180-day trip, there were just two left. We departed before 9:30, stopping at a spot on the river with a view of Porto’s iron bridge where Sarah and Eitan shot one of their dancing videos. We continued on for…

African Hollywood

Back on the road again, with Sarah and Eitan providing scintillating company. We made a stop at the particularly photogenic Kasbah Taourirt. The el Glaoui clan controlled one of the major southern caravan routes to West Africa and were given extensive power by the French during colonial rule in exchange for keeping the southern tribes subdued….