The Australian Outback

One visit to Australia is simply not enough. Divided into six states and two territories, Australia has a plethora of experiences to offer. First time visitors tend to visit Sydney,

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Do you have an affinity for travel?

My mom was a member of the Red Hat Society. They had parties, auctions, trips to museums and all sorts of other options to spend time together. As a widow,

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Tee Off Somewhere New

Do you already have everything money can buy? There are still world class experiences out there waiting for you. If you love golf, we have some ideas of how to

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The Hotel Issue

Hotels are a crucial part of any vacation. A bad hotel means a bad vacation. However, one man’s palace may be another man’s hostel. So know what you like and

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Gastronomic Travel

A curated gastronomic travel experience gives you the mouth-watering travel experience you have been wanting your whole life. As always… I am here to help you decide which adventure is

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The Encantadas… The Enchanted Isles… Galápagos…

Herman Melville wrote about it. Buccaneers, pirates and privateers roamed the archipelago. And Charles Darwin developed his Theory of Natural Selection on these volcanic islands. It is a bucket list

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Staycations Rejuvenate The Soul

Like any great vacation, it’s important to do a little planning but also leave some spontaneous time for the unplanned adventure. This balance makes for the most fun possible, no

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If They Build It, Travelers Will Come…

Architecture Tours celebrate the most beautiful structures in the world. At the age of 20, I walked in to the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Easter Sunday. I was traveling

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Off The Beaten Path

Many of us want to travel “off the beaten path” to discover and enjoy destinations less riddled with tourists. We want to be travelers not tourists. Perhaps this instinct to move

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Is A Safari In Your Future?

When I hear the word safari, I immediately think of a long expanse of desert, traveling by jeep with the top off, strapped in a standing position, camera out, hurtling

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