While getting the scoop on a serial killer who has in recent weeks terrorized one of Philadelphia’s poorest neighborhoods, The Feral Scribe makes an unlikely acquaintance.
India is one hell of a ride. Especially on a train. For those travelling there soon, Johnny Vagabond’s latest post is a good read so you know at least, what to expect. And it’s a must-read for those on the Great Circular Indian Railway Challenge.
This is one of the coolest experiences that I have ever had. Patagonia is one of the must things to do in Argentina and Puerto Madryn is a mecca for any animal lover. I’ve never scuba dived in my life and these guys were just kind enough to let me go full fledged scuba with about 5 minutes worth of training.
There’s nothing like paying $140 to enter a country. I mean who wouldn’t want to dish out the cost of a full ipod nano to see a fantastic country side? But I digress. Many consider living in Chile to be like Switzerland, minus the blonde hair and blue eyes of course. I can sum it up in three words; picturesque, prosperous, and very tidy.
One of the things I have been dying to do since I stepped foot in India is attend an Indian wedding. Last night, my wish was granted. However, even with a good idea of what to expect at an Indian wedding couldn’t have prepared me for how the night actually unfolded. Click here for more.