An Ebola outbreak did not stop eight DSST-Montview seniors from participating in a school-sponsored trip to Rwanda and Uganda this summer.
This summer, we decided to go beyond our usual visits to my Japanese mother’s relatives, and take the children (ages 10 and 8) on a bit of a history tour: Hiroshima; The Floating Shrine; Traditions by the Sea of Japan; and more.
Photographer Mike Holtby got rare access to view and photograph the Hadzabe (Hadza) tribe, the last hunter gatherer tribe in Tanzania. This communal and egalitarian society does not value private property, and does not want modern technology or even farming to interfere with their values and traditions, says Holtby.
Known for its complex history, delicious pho, and iconic landscapes, Vietnam has always been high on our list of places to experience. And experiencing it with our children was important to us. Vietnam marked our second trip to Asia—and our children’s first trip to a communist country, as Vietnam is one of the five remaining communist countries today.
Have you taken a trip with the goal to understand and experience another culture (with or without kids)? Contact us if you’d like to share your information for our “Cultural Travel” page.
Plans for bike lanes on Syracuse from 8th to MLK.
Have you taken a trip with the goal to understand and experience another culture? Contact us if you’d like to share your information for our “Cultural Travel” page (with kids or no kids).
Have you taken a trip with the goal to understand and experience another culture? Contact us if you’d like to share your information for our “Cultural Travel” page.
If you have been curious about exploring Cuba but unsure where to start, take a direct flight to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS).
The largest flight training center in the world is our NE Denver neighbor at Quebec St. and 35th Ave.
Minnie Simonette fondly recalls her most memorable 4th of July. While many of her days as a Peace Corps volunteer in a small village in Kiribati were filled with work, “Early one morning, and my door was not yet opened, I heard someone call my name.”