Caravansary: car·a·van·sa·ry/ˌkærəˈvænsəri/ [kar-uh-van-suh-ree]
noun, plural car·a·van·sa·ries
1. Historically: An inn or waypoint for travellers to rest, eat, drink, and socialize. Well known from Europe to East Asia along the Silk Route from 206BC to 220AD
2. My Definition: Waypoints I've found along the road...places I think you'll like to share a conversation or perhaps a drink with strangers and friends alike.
"The Silk Route was the world's first information superhighway."—Jeff Greenwald