Monthly Archives: June 2016

Life in a remote locale. Trékyllisvík is a remote bay on the Strandir coast of Iceland that 17 souls call home. To the casual eye it is the definition of an idyll – and in some ways it is. But life here can be harsh and very lonely. On this foggy afternoon, a significant portion […]

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Slice of Goa’s heritage. The historic Igreja de São Francisco de Assis (Church of St. Francis of Assisi) has a lovely setting on the southern bank of River Chapora in Colvale. The Church of Colvale was founded by Franciscans in 1591 and dedicated to ‘the wounds of St. Francis of Assisi.’ It was rebuilt around […]

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Looking down on the Queen. Herðubreið (“broad shouldered”), Queen of the Icelandic Mountains, is set in the expanse of the Ódáðahraun (“Lava of Evil Deeds”) lava field in the northern Highlands. The table mountain took shape in a subglacial eruption around 20,000 years ago. The desolate Ódáðahraun terrain truly feels like an alien world. It […]

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