Michael has once again touched on an important and interesting topic, while dancing around the third rail that is Tibet. His critique and analysis of the Dalai Lama is compelling and interesting, and regardless of your personal views this post is worth the read.
I love this post about the realities of cruising. A lot of people are skeptical about the experience, but are too prejudiced to even try one. Cruises aren’t the Love Boat any more and I love this post for pointing out the adventure that can be found in a good cruise.
Angie is currently on a career break, exploring the world and apparently visiting every gorgeous beach on the planet. This post about her first time surfing adventure in Bali makes me want to pick up a long board and hit the waves, except for the fact that I would fall immediately and probably get really hurt. Still, we can live vicariously though this great post.
The highlight of Janice’s trip to Jordan wasn’t Petra or even the Dead Sea, rather it was the people she met, specifically the children. This is a great post to remind us that travel isn’t just about the places, it’s usually about the people.