Roy A. Erickson, Jr. Over the years this would become the theater of triumph, defeat and devastation of Olympic proportions.
It’s a fact that things seem bigger to you when you are younger. Perhaps an overstated and trite one, but a fact nonetheless. I think about this as I stand in front of the overgrown undeveloped property where the first home I remember once stood.
Honduras is a relatively small republic in Central America that notably exports coffee, sugar, tropical fruit, textiles, and minerals. Having said that, one of Honduras’ dirty little secrets is the mass export of cocaine via the Nicaraguan Contras
By: Paul William Fassett An example of the deteriorating cities of America; Stockton was one of the first cities in California to officially declare bankruptcy, but this city’s decline was Continue Reading
Photographer/Author, Paul William Fassett takes us on a backroads tour of Deleware.
Notes on travel safety from Jason Harter.
Karla Fetrow: For Americans staggering under the national debt and trying to stretch a retirement income, Panama begins to look like the most appetizing place to settle.
Karla Fetrow: Strapped by economics, disillusioned with politics, many retirees and expats are packing up and moving to Central America.