Seychelles on the Seashore

Happy Birthday to me! The Seychelles on your birthday? Heck yeah! What a beautiful way to relax after trekking through South Africa. Beautiful beaches and vistas all around. With 115

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South Africa – Inspiring New Ways

Chock full of activities, South Africa offers everything. Of course there are safaris – the Big 5 to be sure. It also offers some of the best wines on the

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Celebrating National Parks

My family did NO traveling when I was a kid, which had me fantasizing endlessly, and probably why I still fantasize about traveling, and why I became a writer. At the age of

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Jordan – Beyond Petra

This is a companion piece to my May article on Israel. Visiting the two countries on the same trip is quite popular, so I thought it fitting to post the

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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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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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Iceland – The Land Of Fire And Ice

Longstanding on my bucket list, I finally had the opportunity to visit Iceland, The Land of Fire and Ice! So named because it is indeed a country of extremes, with

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Vancouver & Whistler – A Match Made in Heaven

I recently had the opportunity to go to Vancouver and Whistler. As my Air Canada flight approached Vancouver Airport, I did one last check on my list of must do’s,

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Gear Up With Backroads

I had the opportunity to participate in a Backroads bicycle tour through the Napa and Sonoma Valleys. On our tour was a writer for TravelAge West Magazine. She summed up

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