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Overcoming Mountains to Reach Your Goal
Finding the Strength to Carry On
LINDA CATTELAN: Article Icon Ever wonder why goals seem so impossible to reach at times? Read more >>>
Longing ~ Deeper, Higher, Wider

Statues in RomeLIANNE SNOW: I think a definition of a mid life crisis is when we wake up to the overwhelming complacency of our lives. We go to a great deal of trouble and expense to increase our comfort and convenience, but grow less and less content. Read more >>>


Maya Schoolchildren

Group of Maya Schoolchildren looking our an upper window

LOLA REID ALLIN: After several days visiting exclusively with my Maya hosts, I set off to visit the local junior school. The 12-year-old son of my host family accompanied me to his school, urging the importance of crucial-for-acceptance introductions. Read more >>>

Welcome to the Santa Cruz "Quest House"
My voyage of discovery: a portrayal of the Mopan Maya
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon My enduring friendship with the caretakers of a southern Belizean guesthouse began serendipitously in 1995. My original plan to travel by bus to Uxbenka, a Maya archaeological site located near Santa Cruz Village, and return in one day was thwarted by bus service available only on Wednesday and Saturday. Read more >>>
Marrakech Express
Khadija: Memories
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Many years have passed since my first train voyage, my first day, my first adventure in Morocco. Travelling alone, I would ramble a few weeks in this Muslim land before moving on. Despite time and distance, whenever I encounter this image, my mind wanders, musing about her life. Read more >>>
Desert Colours: Hassan
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Veins of cirrus advance across the overarching azure. Amber dunes criss-crossed by camel hoofs and human feet envelope me. Rugged, robust and tempestuous, I am astonished and aroused, as the lustrous palette of the esoteric orient beguiles me. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
Saying Goodbye to India
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I've decided I'm pretty well travelled out and ready for a change, so I've booked a flight home. By the time you read this I'll be back home in California enjoying the modern amenities! Read more >>>
Desert Days
Each day was the same. Different.
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Sweeping sand dunes embraced us. We roamed, our vista sand and dunes and sky. Many had traveled here before, but never did our pathways traverse their trails. Swirling sand grains danced with any breeze that offered, swiftly erasing memories. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller Video Blog
Exploring Hampi, India
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon Greetings from Hampi in South India. Hampi was the former capital of an ancient empire from the 14th to 16th Centuries. There are ruins scattered all over the place here. The ruins had an obvious unique style, lots of detail and carvings. Touring around the beautiful boulder strewn landscapes here - desert with palm trees - is pretty cool. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
Ajanta Caves and OM Beach, India
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I recently took another train ride to visit Ajanta Caves, which consists of more than 30 massive caves carved out of sheer rock by Buddhists between 200 B.C. and 600 A.D. The walls are covered with statues and colourful murals depicting the life of the Buddha. Read more >>>
Our Time at Mully Childrens' Family ~ Kenya
WAAAAIT FOR MEEEEEE.........!
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Ten minutes before this adorable months-old elephant crossed our path, our Cessna Caravan touched down upon the hard-pack dirt landing strip in the Masai Mara. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
Mandu ~ Omkareshwar ~ Pachmarhi, India
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I've been thinking about doing some sort of work exchange program while I'm here in India as it would be nice to plug into a place for a few weeks or so. I'm going to do some research online and see if I find somewhere really interesting to stay. There's one place in Nepal I've heard about that might be pretty cool so I'm going to look more into that. In the meantime... Read more >>>
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Orchha, India
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon A little over a week ago I travelled from Rishikesh south back to Delhi. It's hard to believe I've been here almost two months already! It's quite a bit colder now, but the falcons are still flying over the rooftops! Read more >>>
Serenity ~ La Mamounia
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Winston Churchill famously advocated that if travellers had but one day to experience Morocco, that one day should be in Marrakech. This metropolis, used for one thousand years by southern tribes and Berbers socializing and trading, likely began as most desert meeting places, a higgledy-piggledy collection of blanket-tents situated around an oasis. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
Christmas & New Year Adventures
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I have finished the retreat at the Sivananda ashram, and moved back over to the Hari Om Guesthouse. The retreat was really good, though I won't miss waking up to an alarm at 4:30 am, that's for sure. A couple of times I admit I reached over and shut it off and went back to sleep. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller Video Blog
Heading for the Himalayas
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I went on a warm clothing, shopping blitz the other day, as I'm going to Almora, which is a little further up into the mountains. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
Rishikesh on the Ganges River
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I'm glad to be in the peaceful little village of Rishikesh. No more trains, planes or automobiles for a while. Rishikesh is on the Ganges River in the foothills of the Himalaya, in northern India, where there are many and spiritual sadhus. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller
I'm Finally in India!
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon After months of looking forward to it, I've finally arrived in the land of yoga, kundalini and spirituality, India, for the 4th time. I'm in Delhi at the moment, soaking up the amazing sights, sounds, smells, colours, exuberant people and good food. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller Video Blog
Sights & Smells of the East
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I finished my three-week trip to the Philippines and flew to Kota Kinabalu, a small city on the island of Borneo in Malaysia (Borneo is the third-largest island in the world and is shared by Malaysia, Indonesia and the tiny country of Brunei). Read more >>>
Bor Paniagua
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon During my visits to Naha', I settled with Kin Sol, his wife, in their family home. This created community of nearly 300 people is comprised entirely of Northern Lacandon Maya, whose ancestors lived in isolated woodland pockets rather than structured neighbourhoods. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller Video Blog
Mother Nature Always Decides!
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon It's hard to believe the time's gone by so quickly. I've just left the cute little village of El Nido here on the island of Palawan. Read more >>>
The Virtual Traveller Video Blog
Monkeying Around in the Philippines
GABRIEL MORRIS: Article Icon I'm now in the tiny village of El Nido at the top of the island of Palawan here in the Philippines. It's been a pretty amazing time so far. Read more >>>
Algeria ~ Beyond the Dunes
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Leaving my B&B Riad Dar Kamar concealed within the tangled lanes of Kasbah Taourirt in the village of Ouarzazate, I boarded the local bus, filled with Moroccans. Drawn irresistibly to the vast panoramic potential of the desert, I began my second foray on dromedary into the Moroccan countryside, the Western Sahara. Read more >>>
Introducing the Virtual Traveller Video Blogs!
Article Icon With video available on every cell phone and internet access on every continent, our world has become a much more intimate place. As Master Heart endeavours to unite international cultures and break down barriers between creeds, ages and genders it is our pleasure to present our new video blog feature. Read more >>>
Solitary Cat ~ Chefchaouen, Morocco
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon Admiring this surreal image, viewers first think that the extensive blue has been achieved with a computer-generated program, realizing quickly that the cat's fur, although not as white as it could be, certainly is not blue. Read more >>>
Saadhu
LOLA REID ALLIN: Article Icon The ancient city of Varanasi called Kashi - The Luminous, The City of Light - was founded seven millennium ago by the Great Hindu God Shiva, the Divine Creator. Never incarnate, he is often depicted with four or five faces, holding a trident, draped with serpents, and bearing a third eye in his forehead. Read more >>>

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