Pieróg, the singular name for potato and cheese filled dumplings of joy. The half moon Pierogi are traditionally Polish but, could be traced back to Asian roots - thanks Marco Polo? Let's make some dumplings!
Grounding is a technique that involves connecting electrically to the earth. Connecting with the natural vibrations in the ground is under research but, is said to aid depression, anxiety, boost immunity, restore sleep patterns, and even reduce blood pressure. The practice is simple.
As things change, lets re-evaluate travel. Does travel always include leaving your home? It's not always about the destination right... let us explore the journey! ~ Kate Swavely
When Shaman's Cave echoes for you, sit and listen. You'll know what I mean. Contemplate the universe. Soak up what nature has to offer you. ~ Kate Swavely
Logging into Word Press today a notification of my four-year anniversary with Travel Scout Adventure fluttered across my screen. A whole year looms between this post and my last. I’m nervous to rebrand my myself and my blog yet, here I sit listening to pagan throat chanting (Heilung), nursing a fresh septum piercing, and cursing... Continue Reading →
Today I am going to talk about a magical, lonely place somewhere between Page, AZ and Kanab, UT. As you approach the pull off there is a parking area and a sign highlighting the Grand Escalante Staircase (National Monument).
The UNESCO cultural landscape Wachau Valley pronounced ‘Vah-how’ not ‘Watch-choo’ is the largest producer of local white wines in Austria.
We've all been on awkward dates. My own terrible date memories include salad bits lodged in my teeth for the duration and another where my suitor and I took a stroll in a secluded trail. He meant no harm but, as serial over thinker I prepared to evoke warrior princess mode making for a jumpy and well - awkward self. My first trip into Budapest, Hungary was just as blundering as one could imagine.
Travel food is tricky. Often a traveler must choose between cooking in unfamiliar accommodations or eating out which can add up. From a budget perspective food cost is the second largest money consuming part of travel, right behind transportation. Unless dumpster diving is your thing – to each their own – paying for food is... Continue Reading →