The Sunday Traveler was in San Miguel de Allende for a month in March with the primary goal of providing volunteer assistance at a day care center for low-income moms, Casa de Los Angeles. The weekdays were filled with helping … Continue reading
A peaceful view of the Pacific at Big Sur from the vantage point of Nepenthe. A traveler can sit here for hours lost in meditation. At some point during travel, it becomes absolutely necessary to stop; just stop, and really … Continue reading
A standing (no pun intended) piece of art outside the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno. The exhibit I went to see, Doris Duke’s Shangri La, Architecture Landscape and Islamic Art, was very interesting, and well curated. I’ve read a bit more … Continue reading
I’m off again. To Reno, Nevada, again. Reno is up in the Sierras and is called the Biggest Little City in the world. I’ll say. This little city is made up mostly of casinos and not too much more, but … Continue reading
Vendors taking a break on the beach in Sayulita, Mexico. Sayulita is a wonderful little village about 25 miles north of Puerto Vallarta. It’s a wonderful place for a laid back Mexican getaway. Great food, and great surfing.
Waning light Lingering shadows Night flows over the City ~~~ A view from The View, a 39th floor bar at the Marriott in San Francisco.
It is so totally incredible to wander down one main street in central Chinatown in San Francisco, deviate off this path by just a block at one point, and bump into some great sights. I’ll move this into a gallery … Continue reading
I had about an hour in San Francisco’s Chinatown a few weeks ago, and set up shop (leaning against a parking meter) to see what I might see of interest from this one corner. This was a suggestion I picked … Continue reading
Here we go again; this time I’ll be taking you along on a quick trip I took into San Francisco last week, and a little time I spent, mostly hanging out leaning against a parking meter at one corner taking … Continue reading
Continuing travels down the Pacific Coast Highway, through Orange County, we come to Newport Beach, and Fashion Island. An outdoor mall of shops and restaurants across the street from the Pacific Ocean…what could be better than that? In last week’s post I … Continue reading