Travel writer and photographer Russ Furnas returned to Indochina post-Vietnam War to visit Saigon’s 18th-century opium refineries, 19th-century
French plantations, and small, pristine Maekong Floating Markets. The tour finished in Cambodia with visits to Angkor Thom, Killing Fields Museum and the floating villages on Ton Le Sap Lake.
International bestselling author Patricia Schultz delves into Europe’s perennially popular—and often overlooked—destinations as only an insider can. From Krakow’s Market Square to Scotland’s remote and romantic Hebrides Islands, she uncovers the continent’s rich and complex history, diverse culture, and breathtaking beauty—both natural and man-made. Join her on a tour of Norway’s dramatic fjords, Moorish architecture in southern Spain’s Andalusia, and a quiet little-known corner of the Italian Riviera, as featured in her #1 New York Times bestselling travel book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.
Author and photographer Matthew Karanian will take you on a tour of ancient Historic Armenia, illustrated with poignant photographs that depict the region as it appears today. He will also show historic images that were created a century ago.