The Last Day on Site June 2nd 2011 Today is our last day traveling through disaster zones.
We took a train, then a taxi into Sendai, Japan from our hotel. The taxi driver drove us into a business complex, located near the ocean in Sendai.
Buildings were demolished to the ground, only a handful of structures survived. Driving through the streets we saw bicycles mangled together, a trumpet laying on top of debris, jeans displace ... read more
Asia » Japan » Miyagi » Sendai In 1603, a Tokugawa shogunate (military dictatorship) ushered in a long period of isolation from foreign influence in order to secure its power. For 250 years this policy enabled Japan to enjoy stability and a flowering of its indigenous culture. Fol... ... read more
What can I say-I love to write and I love to travel. What better to do than blog about my travels?
I'm a writer who has always ached to see the other side of the Pacific, to cross the Atlantic and to see how other people live.
I want to feel immersed in culture, different from my own and show the world who else is out there. I'd also like to lend a hand but I haven't found that money tree yet, but I sure can write, and love doing it. It's my way of helping.
So if a disaster occurs, I'll do my best to be there. I want to be there and report what I see back to you folks, and more folk... full info