This has to be one the cultural epicenter of the world.
A strange introduction to Berlin.
Duisburg, I believe, could be called normal Germany -- and that's what makes it a good stop.
My impression when I look out at Germany.
Yes, still washing clothes by hand.
Coming into German, I get what I expected.
Brussels is rough, well-worn, and integral world city, which is exactly what I'm looking for in a place.
Culture is never better shown than in contrast. Especially when it comes to bathrooms...
A perfect place, at least relative to everywhere else.
Rotterdam is a modern ancient city, and this is what makes it real.
I just did the filming for a couple of short documentaries in Songdo, South Korea.
The documentary that I worked on with BBC World has aired. Watch online here.
I just worked on the filming of a documentary around the Khorgos area in Kazakhstan.
There’s too many cars. There’s not enough places to park. What do you do?
Going back to Khorgos. But this time it’s for a different type of project.
Americans are all Americans.
Some family history.
I have to admit that I’ve been taking these yearly family vacations mixed in with the regular steady stream of travel. This year’s vacation just came to an end.