- The Maddening Din: Cuenca’s Noise
- Cuenca’s clean water is priceless. And vulnerable.
- Any Milk Today Mistress?
- Celebrating Those Who Live in Our Memories.
- Forgotten Incan Ruins and Villages in the Andes
- Back roads of Sayausí, a French Restaurant, and the Search for Beauty
- Cuenca, Ecuador: 21st Century Ground Truths From a Historic Andean City
- A Hike and Roadside Repast Outside Cuenca
- Listening to Prince in Ecuador
- Ecuadorian Encounters: Sunday around Cuenca
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Category Archives: Ethnicity
when you look up in the woods at that exact moment that two cardinals join in a kiss. Continue reading
Between the gentle seductions of its hospitality and its rich history, Cyprus left me with an impression of a culture that reinvents itself anew with a self-confident resilience. In Cyprus, the glories of antiquity are juxtaposed against commercially-vibrant cities with modern infrastructure, … Continue reading
The juxtaposition of colonialism, indigenous traditions, and modern global economics makes for an interesting social landscape across Namibia. Subsistence pastoralists and small tradesmen in villages on the edges of the Namib desert, continue to live as earlier generations did in … Continue reading