Steven and Alexis Spiritas, of Dallas and Aspen, enjoyed reading The Aspen Times in Iby'Twacu Village, Volcanos National Park, Nyabigoma District, Rwanda. The village hires reformed gorilla poachers to demonstrate for tourists the lifestyle, activities, artifacts, traditions and way of life of local people. Part of the demonstration was dressing us as the King and Queen of Rwanda, in typical royal dress of rulers of tribes of old.
Readers Rob, Katie, Robert Jr. and Greta Holton leave the Hotel Cipriani in Venice with their Aspen Times.
Richard Fiorentino, founder and CEO of eLiveLife.com in San Diego, Calif., and Dr. Jerry Pikolysky, a dental surgeon out of La Jolla, California, and a homeowner at Inn at Aspen at Buttermilk, enjoy The Aspen Times while at La Jolla Country Club.
Readers Marcy and Howard Gross, Frankie and Skip Welfeld, and Paulette and Mel Blumenthal brought along a copy of The Aspen Times during a visit to Halong Bay, Vietnam.
City of Aspen Finance Director Don Taylor and Amy O'Rourke brought the Aspen Times to Istanbul, Turkey, while they visited the Haga Sophia Mosque, now preserved as a museum and one of the historical wonders of the Eastern Black Sea Region.