• Inside Taberna Almendro 13 | La Latina, Madrid, Spain

    Scenes from La Latina, Madrid

    Far away from the stately buildings that line Madrid’s Gran Via are the gritty slinky side streets of La Latina. Hidden from the wide open spaces of Plaza Mayor are the dark…

  • Pimientos de Padron at Mercado San Miguel | Madrid, Spain
    Markets, Spain

    Madrid’s Mercado de San Miguel

    It’s only fitting that my first real post about my trip to Spain is a post about my favorite place to go when I’m in a new destination: the market. The smells, the…

  • Pink sunrise silhouette
    Non Travel

    Updates from Annie

    It’s been a while since I’ve posted consistently on TravelShus. Though I’ve enjoyed my break from the internets, I miss writing, I miss sharing travel and lifestyle stories, and I miss my blogging…

  • Cafes in afternoon light | Seville, Spain

    Travel Repeat: Spain

    Spain was the first country I traveled to without my parents. While I had spent time in Europe before, the safety net of my mom and dad and brother made the travel experience…

  • Storefront of Anokhi | Fort Cochin, India

    Shop Here: Anokhi in Fort Kochi

    I’m a sucker for scarves. My collection of scarves is one of my most favorite things I own in this world. Despite my lack of stellar New York City style (or any…

  • Hibiscus on our porch in the backwaters | Kerala, India

    Photo Essay: Kerala, India

    Happy New Year everyone! I’m sorry I’ve been so quiet as of late. Between a hectic travel schedule in the early fall and some adjustments in my life throughout the rest of…

  • Wagon | Fort Kochi, India

    First Impressions of Kerala, India

    Hi all. I’m back from a short digital vacation! Sometimes my brain and fingers and eyeballs need a break from my laptop screen and require some time to reset. After three weeks…

  • ART sign at the Frenchmen Art Market | New Orleans, Louisiana

    The Frenchmen Art Market

    As you know, I love a good market. Farmer’s markets are hands down my favorite with so many colors and smells and mysteries, but art markets are a close second. While I…