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Wolves of Iberia

One May morning, I set out on foot from Luarca, a fishing town in Spain’s northwestern province of Asturias, on a still and quiet road that would lead to an encounter I’ll never forget....

Tea and Hospitality in Iran

I grew up in two distinct cultures, a progressive hiking and biking town in the Colorado Rockies and the cosmopolitan city of Tehran, but in both there stood a samovar. It was like a wormhole portal that naturally connected the two worlds....

Five Wild Sides of Paris

Paris is striving to reconnect its waterways and green zones with the wild world beyond. Here are five great ways to dive into Paris’ wild side, with no transport required other than your own feet and sense of wonder....

Journeying to the Soul of Portugal through Fado

I reached for the wine, dark plum red in a clear stem glass, standing on a crisp white tablecloth. It was from Bairrada, a celebrated northern wine region through which I’d just traveled with my husband Miles to this southerly perch in Lisbon. I wanted...

Unexpected Adventures in a Moroccan Bathhouse

We did what was customary. As soon as Saadia and I were well within the vestibule of her neighborhood’s bathhouse, the local hammam, we paid the bath attendant and took all our clothes off, except for our underwear....

Treks and Painted Caves in Southwestern France

“I love this work. I especially love seeing your eyes,” confessed our guide to the three of us standing in the cave. “When you see these engravings and paintings for the first time, the wonder on your faces is incredible. I never get tired of...

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