Gozo Malta is slow-paced; fewer tourists make it to Malta’s ‘Little Sister.’ Away from the ferry terminal, traffic is light. Day-to-day life is regulated by the sea, seasons, and crops. A church bell and rooster announce the day’s beginning. Shops close for a mid-day break. At the end of the day, folks gather at sidewalk cafes, eating, drinking, laughing, conversing in English, Maltese, Italian, and bits of Arabic.
South of Daytona Beach, Ponce Inlet Lighthouse has kept a vigil since 1835. Climb 203 steps for an incredible view of Daytona Beach and the Atlantic.
Whether in London or far-flung Shropshire, I slept around in England.
Grand hotel lobbies will transport you. They are portals to another world; another time. Enjoy photos of 14 from Mary Charlebois’ travels.
Everywhere you look – walls, doors, windows, fences, signs, electric panels, gas meters – everywhere, there is art. A September 2015 outing to the Santa Fe Art District, Denver Colorado, revealed a feast of art for my eyes and camera. Everywhere I looked there was art, especially the walls. Alleys, fences, doors and buildings are…