An experiment in carbon-free rapid transit in a hilly Spanish town takes a safety break.
DrFumblefinger's Patagonian voyage concludes with a stop at historic Wulaia Bay. Home to the Yaghan people for over 10,000 years, there's an interesting museum at the site.
DrFumblefinger gets caught in the worst storm he's ever experienced when visiting Cape Horn, the southern most island in South America.
The Julian Alps Hiking Trail circles Slovenia's highest peaks in an area of untouched wilderness but also takes in several cities.
Grand Escapades visits some of the wonderful waterfalls and lakes of Venezuela, including the world's tallest waterfall, Angel Falls.
DrFumblefinger cruises down the stretch of the Beagle Channel known as Glacier Alley, wherein several large and impressive glaciers extend to the sea.
For those who've lusted after the road but aren't ready to do it alone...
DrFumblefinger shares an close-up visit to massive Pia Glacier. Situated at the end of a fjord, it is one of the largest glaciers in the southern hemisphere.
A Zodiac excursion takes DrFumblefinger to a small group of Islands in the Strait of Magellan that is home to hundreds of birds.
Marilyn Jones takes us along on a visit to a fascinating piece of Moroccan history that's also a landmark of cinema history.
With prices topping out at nearly $100,000 per person, National Geographic offers a series of interesting, but largely out-of-reach trips.
David Hart provides seven compelling reasons a visit to South Africa should be short-listed in your travel plans.
DrFumblefinger goes on his first hike in Tierra del Fuego. The area is a subpolar rainforest and the vegetation is lush.
DrFumblefinger shares his experiences exploring the fjords of Tierra del Fuego in the first of a series of posts about a journey on the Chilean vessel, Australis.
Sunrise and colorful balloons! It's not hard to see why it was a highlight of Marilyn Jones's trip.