Bradley Fink has been one of our talented writers and here is a release on his first collections of stories. How exciting! We, at ITKT, wish Brad much success and maybe even a Pulitzer. devin Editor ITKT A new book has been...Read More
A Hike for Mike: An Uplifting Adventure Across the Sierra Nevada for Depression Awareness by Jeff Alt; Dreams Shared Publications; Price: $14.95; 198 pp. For footloose and fancy free outdoor enthusiasts trekking/hiking through...Read More
One thing I have noticed in America, unlike India [home to this ITKT writer -ed-] where motorcycle is the major mode of transport, here it is a tool of indulgence and entertainment. It is easier to get a license to drive a car...Read More
Title: Two Wheels through terror by Glen Heggstad Road travel is one of the best ways to see the world and when it is done on a motorcycle it is even better. On a motorcycle the entire journey gets redefined, it is dangerous,...Read More
I still have my old backpack in the garage. Yes, the one with all the hand-sewn patches on it from the different countries I have visited. While I have stopped using that backpack, I still collect the patches when visiting a new...Read More
I like books. Actually, I love books. I love them compulsively, and rarely have I ever stopped at my local bookstore without coming home with something — much to the chagrin of my hallway and overstuffed bookcases, which...Read More
One of the drags about Los Angeles is leaving Los Angeles. Almost all international flights tend to be well over ten hours. Anything outside of Mexico, Canada, and Hawaii becomes a lengthy consideration. Since I primarily travel...Read More
May 1, 2008 (HOBOKEN, NJ) – At a time when fuel, food, and even the price of postage are more expensive than ever, an affordable summer vacation may seem to be slipping out of reach. But there are still plenty of places, both in...Read More
I haven’t been to Morocco yet. I came close while in southern Spain a few years back, but there just wasn’t enough time. The two hours ferry ride each way would have left me with a brief moment in Tangiers and a race...Read More
There is a certain joy to walking through streets of a newly visited city, just to get lost. I had been spending most of my afternoon in Old San Juan finding shade under skinny trees, watching the most cheerful protest ever (I...Read More
I am a book lover. I am not just saying that. I am an obsessive compulsive book buyer and am usually good for a sack of books a week. I will read almost anything and my home isn’t getting any bigger. It is getting smaller,...Read More
As I plan and dream about the places I’ll go and the people I’ll meet in 2008, I also reflect on the places, people and planning from this past year. I am realizing that as a traveler the sort of information I gather before a...Read More
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