Illegal graffiti is an indicator of social evils. But if you give a brush to a sprayer and tell him to paint his neighborhood legally, he turns into an artist. The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program has done exactly that – for more than 30 years. It has ignited change throughout the city and it is an outstanding example of social work.
Philadelphia is half way between Washington DC and New York City. Philadelphia is, if you want, the city in which the United States of America were founded. You can see Philadelphia in two hours. In theory. Hands-on, you should stay much longer than that. Today, I’m gonna show you what to do on a 33 hour short break in Philly.
There is no place in the world where the waves break as regularly as in Hawaii. No place in the world would be better to start with surfing. This is your guide to the best surf spots on Oahu, Maui and the Big Island. Read now and don’t waste time looking for the perfect place!
Hawaii is deemed the birthplace of modern surfing. There is no place in the world where the waves break as regularly as here. There is no place where surfing is such an integral part of a peoples’ history and culture. Hawaiians have used wood to glide through the ocean for ages. No place in the world has as lively a history of surfing as Hawaii does.
Besides New Zealand and Australia, Hawaii is one of the most expensive holiday destinations worldwide. If you want to go there, keep in mind that your journey might become quite expensive. How expensive? That’s what we’ll talk about today: I’ll break down the costs of traveling to Hawaii.
There is so much to see on both sides of the Road to Hana that you could easily spend a week or longer exploring all its wonders. Most visitors try to squeeze it all into one day. I’ll help you get the most out of your trip! Read about five places you need to see when driving the road to Hana.
Did you ever hear people talking about Hana? Probably not. But what about the Road to Hana? We’re getting close, right? The Road to Hana leads to the village everybody seems to know but doesn’t, a small village on Maui with no more than 700 residents. Why on earth does everybody want to go there?
The body travels faster than the soul. While a part of me still drifts in the Pacific Ocean on a surfboard, legs dangling in the water, silently watching the corals that sparkle at the bottom of the sea like multicolored crystals when the sun shines upon them, the reality of home hasn’t fully caught me yet.
Sights are the regulatory element of all our travels. Only a few of us manage travel without sightseeing. No matter how far off the beaten path you travel, the sight is where you’ll meet up with all those other travelers and tourists. But who defines what’s worth seeing? What makes a sight a sight?
Turtles, black sand, flowing lava in an extraterrestrial surrounding or a sunrise above the clouds – I am planning my trip to Hawaii! It’s only three more weeks until I leave for an epic journey. Help me build my itinerary! Would you like to get a postcard? Learn how to get one by clicking on the Hawaii Bucket List!
What is it that makes Las Vegas so special? Many unrightfully reproach the city for its artificiality and superficiality. But in fact, it is quite authentic.
Bridgeport, California and Las Vegas, Nevada are separated by 360 miles. In less than a day of driving you will experience different worlds along the route.