I expected the Great Wall of China to be a great experience. It was far more than that. My visit to the Great Wall felt like a traveler’s right of passage.
One of the best things we did in Beijing was connect with a local guide. We signed up for a food tour but it became my own personal Parts Unknown.
We’d just had a perfect day… and followed that day up with an even better day with our friend Phil in Kinsale. The Dinner Party Travel Stories continue.
Our taxi driver twisted through a neighborhood and turned down a dark alley. I got out, walked through a gate, up to the house and knocked on the front door. Dinner Party Travel stories in 500 words or less from Corn Island, Nicaragua
Dinner Party Travel Stories is a new series on Family Trek. The idea is to share a travel story that’d be fun to tell over a dinner party and to do it in about 500 words or less. Today I’m reaching way back into the cranium archive to a few days Monica and I spent in London while we were dating and our attempt to see all the best of the National Gallery in 20 minutes.
What did I love about Thailand? The food? The beaches? The markets? The people? The culture? Yes, but….