August 4, 2011
Author, columnist, traveler Susan Spano has journeyed the world reporting on culture, nature and human curiosity for The New York Times, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times and other publications. She has lived in Beijing, Paris, Rome, Los Angeles and New York, and inherited a fascination with the wide world from her mother, a public school geography teacher.
About the blog:
A blog for travelers who care about the meaning of place–why and how people live there, its role in history, literature and art, what it stirs in the soul. Lying on a beach drinking a margarita is good; better is to know why the sand is pink, how the tequila is made and who built the Baroque church steeple on the horizon.
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