Reminiscing about a Christmas past today, a Christmas in India. You'll pardon the photos - they're from the days of 35 mm-film in rolls. Remember those? We rarely travel over the holidays. It's a sacred time of sorts - not in the conventional meaning, but [...]
An Auschwitz-Birkenau tour is a bit like being guided through an industrial site. And in a sense, it was. Mass murder on an industrial scale. What's unfathomable is how many believed this was right.
Canada is in demand these days. The country has a progressive and wildly popular prime minister, and Americans are once again looking to flee north. But this isn't a political blog. It's a travel blog. And summer is coming. Road trip! The open road! The vast [...]
By Alexandra Redisch, in the Vézère ValleyLast summer, I spent time in Bordeaux and the surrounding wine districts with my mum and sister. A highlight in the area was the ancient cave art in the nearby Vézère Valley. There are many excellent caves to visit [...]
By Catarina Redisch in Hemsedal You know I love riding more than anything. Well, I'm just back from a week on the horseback in the mountains of Norway. Often, this means riding from cabin to cabin, but here we rode from mountain resort to mountain resort - got a bit spoiled [...]
Christopher Columbus Park, Discovery Bay in Jamaica, 1996
About an hour's drive east of Prague you'll find a curious church. In the late 1800s, František Rint, a Czech wood-carver, was given the task of furnishing the church with, well, bones. Years ago, I travelled with my oldest daughter, 10 at the [...]