Harvey, Jane and Their Olde Carthage Farm: TWO VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE

In the course of their travels oftentimes, The Traveling Chefs meet special people. At few times however, their path comes…

1 year ago

One Travel Quote, One Travel Story

"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts."  --Mark…

2 years ago

Peaking through peeks off the shutter

The three photographs below are original shots taken by a consummate photographer, Leon Paulo Zaragoza.  These works of art fall…

2 years ago

A “Sweet” Trip To Austria

“Making Life A Little Sweeter”…does say our company’s slogan printed on almost all of our flyers, website, marketing brochures, product…

4 years ago

Revealing the Best and Worst of Philippine Travel

My excitement erases the rigors of eighteen hours of intercontinental flight from Toronto, Vancouver, and Hongkong as we descend in…

4 years ago

Turning Circles

  Life keeps on turning circles no matter where or when you ride, but if one knows the rules of…

4 years ago

Portraiture – Discerning Better Poses From Bad Ones

Portrait photography is not only about lighting or composition.  It is the ability of the photographer or photographer assistant to…

4 years ago

Boracay – “The Best Island In The World”

This year, Conde Nast Traveler's readers picked Boracay in the Philippines as the "best island in the world,' outside of…

4 years ago

Travel As Often As You Can

Travel is an antidote to our provincialism.  

4 years ago

Getting To Know Your Camera

Who do you think you kid? Are you really a photographer like you said your are?  Well, I can easily…

4 years ago

Antigua, Guatemala: Rising Above Its Ruins

Never in my childhood dreams or wishes that I have thought of going places especially to other parts of the…

4 years ago

Alone In Galveston

In 2012, I drove my tiny Tiburon from Florida to Galveston, Texas, stayed there for a week by myself and…

4 years ago

“Learning to Fly”

In order for us to grow, we have to be ready to leave our comfort zone.  

4 years ago

Understanding Image Resolution

When my wife argued that her smartphone shots are better than my Nikon D500 DSLR, I conceded to her quietly,…

4 years ago

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