By Mary Kay Seales This blog is dedicated to traveling "with your heart and soul open," and I can think of no better example of doing so than this beautiful incident that occurred on the Camino de Santiago in Spain to fellow world traveler, Peter Klika. Just as a reminder, the Camino de Santiago is… Continue reading The Camino Does That to People
My French Riviera is about hiking along winding coastal trails with a backdrop of the blue, blue Mediterranean Sea. My Riviera is about getting dripping hot from a 5-mile hike with the sun beating down. Finally getting to the next little beach where I can shed my shoes and my shorts, and jump into the salty, perfectly cool, aqua-blue water of the Côte d’Azur.
Guest Post by Peter Klika "The "Peregrinos" (pilgrims) come from all over the globe. Some walk for religious reasons, some for self reflection, and some for the challenge. It's not important why you walk, only that you keep your heart and eyes open all the way." I'm on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, a… Continue reading Camino de Santiago: Walking the Pilgrim Trail
By Mary Kay Seales According to the Nice Convention Bureau website, Nice is the number one tourist destination in France after Paris, with approximately 5 million visitors each year. And for 17 years, I have been one of them. And my observation of the masses that sit on the many beaches of the French Riviera… Continue reading The Magic Pill for Happiness?
By Mary Kay Seales It just dawned on me today, as I was lying on the beach in Nice in the south of France that many of the tourists walking along the Promenade, just above the beach, and most surely the young American males among them, were probably "scanning for boobs." It's true that on… Continue reading Hats Off to Liberté