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Travel Broadens your Horizons

by Anevay Darlington / Nov 28, 2013 /


The cliché Travel broadens your horizons is so true.


Lake Titicaca, Peru

Lake Titicaca, Peru


Machu Picchu, the Doctor, and Me

by Anevay Darlington / Nov 02, 2013 /

I walked along the worn stone path, taking in the sights of Machu Picchu - one of the Seven Wonders of the World, where the Incas once lived. Machu Picchu, meaning “Old Peak” in Quechua, was built around 1450. Many people believe Machu Picchu may have been an estate for the Incan ruler Pachacuti, but nobody really knows for sure.

Cello and the Rainforest

by Anevay Darlington / Oct 07, 2013 /

There are a zillion job choices out there. Out of all the possibilities, I’ve lately started to think about what careers might interest me, and which ones would allow me to travel (I love to travel).

Filmmaker Cory McAbee Talks About His International Experiences

by Anevay Darlington / Oct 06, 2013 /

I sat down outside on a nice autumn day with Cory McAbee, a good friend, world traveler, father of three, musician, and talented filmmaker who’s made great films such as The American Astronaut, Stingray Sam, and Crazy & Thief.


The Art of Eating a Durian

by Anevay Darlington / Sep 28, 2013 /

Durian Fruit… In my opinion they are strange. You, the reader, might see why if you read on…

The Art of Eating a Durian

A Visit to the Sewage Museum (I Lived to tell the Tale)

by Anevay Darlington / Sep 18, 2013 /

La Ville Lumière (the City of Lights) is the perfect nickname for Paris, as 24 hours a day, the city is bathed in the light from street lamps and twinkling candles in restaurant windows.

Postcard from Taquile Island

by Anevay Darlington / Sep 12, 2013 /

The dark blue waves with their ribbons of turquoise flew through each other. The sky, so clear, enveloped the water. The potato farmers and their sheep stared at us tourists; the breeze blew, while the sun pushed at my back.