Postcards tagged: Reader Story
ARGENTINA – I walk toward the stranger's door alone with no Spanish language skills to speak of. What the hell have I gotten myself into?
INDIA – An imagined palace. An architectural fantasy. A gesture from Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal. A reader story.
OSA PENINSULA, Costa Rica – We're four young people, alone in an indescribable place, exhausted and singing. This is living.
PUSHKAR, India – These are not Starbucks lattes. Camel-herding chai wallahs make their morning chai from scratch.
MAMOIADA, Italy – Sardinia’s mountain air and wine coursing through me, I grabbed a stranger’s hand and took to the dance floor.
ANDES MOUNTAINS – I don't know if it's my lack of Spanish that keeps me from speaking or the fact that I'm completely intoxicated by every story told and every view witnessed.
LISBON – What do you do when a failed clown threatens to ruin a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity? One Fathom reader has had to ask herself this very question.
MAINCY, France – Forget Versailles. There's a better, more intimate château just as close to Paris. Same designers, same scandalous history. It's the ultimate antidote to Fashion Week.
ZARZIS, Tunisia – An incredible video (and the story behind it) about learning to kitesurf in Tunisia.
UTTAR PRADESH, India – Idols, marigolds, and screaming prayers: A vivid glimpse past the heavy curtains and into the Banke Bihari Temple.