Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
I got a nice note from my good friend Sue a few days ago. She tells me she’s following my travels but is confused as to where I am exactly…and she’s not the only one! My life is a moving target right now. Here’s the skinny:
Last month I was in NYC & Trinidad, now I’m in SF until the end of the month, then I hit the road again splitting March between LA / Palm Springs / Las Vegas.
April sees me in Cuba & Miami and maybe Jamaica, and I’m kicking off May in New Orleans for a week-long volunteer build to help Katrina victims. So much fun travel and volunteering on the horizon!
Adventure Philanthropist: Great Adventures Volunteering Abroad > I’m traveling so much because I’m researching the next book in the Adventure Philanthropist Series. Can’t wait? Get the first book today on Lulu or Amazon!
And now for the articles this week:
When I think of the West Indies, I think rum, palm trees, and steel drum bands—but not politics. Wrong! Trinidad & Tobago is a totally political place, evidenced by its indigenous Calypso music and its political lyrics. So I did a little research to find out more…
Favorite > The Public Art of Portugal
Recently my friend Ann took me to see the Keith Haring exhibit. While initially not a fan, I nevertheless went – and I’m glad I did! I was really interested to learn about how his art started as graffiti on the subways of NYC. This reminded me of a post I did a while back about the public art of Portugal and how much I loved it! Check out the beautiful tiling Portugal is known for…
Photo of the Week > Saint Basil's Cathedral, Moscow
Saint Basil's Cathedral, built in the 1550s by Ivan the Terrible, is situated on Moscow’s Red Square. I was thrilled to see this great landmark in person. It is unbelievably beautiful—majestic and imposing and awe-inspiring. Go see it if you can!
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See y’all on the road!