Sometimes I have a hard time being ready for winter. When I feel the winter blues coming on, I know it’s time to get out of the house and enjoy the beauty and FUN this season can bring. What does your holiday season look like for this winter? Whether your weekends are booked, or you are looking for […]
Now that I’m approaching the age where I’m no longer reluctant to ask if there’s a senior discount, I started to wonder about traveling as a senior. As it turns out, I have joined the fastest growing segment of the population. According to various sources, people age 50 and older account for more than 80% of the leisure travel business.
Here’s a new guidebook for history buffs.
Moscow it the capitol of Russia as well as a major center for politics, culture, and economics. Here are a few locations that it is known for.
Music, Balloon and Pumpkins!
From comic books shows to chili cook-offs, fun fairs and festivals are held all across America. Whatever your interest, I’m sure someone, somewhere is celebrating it
For a short while in college I contemplated majoring in anthropology, because the idea of traveling around the world, studing people and their cultures completely fascinated me. While I didn’t pursue anthropology as a major, I did find a way to sastify that curiosity. By reading books of other people who’ve had these adventures. One such […]
If you travel for the adventure of immersing yourself in another way of life, I’ve got just book for you. There’s no best restaurant list or recommendations of must-see places here. There is real-life experience of the thrills, the rewards and the problems of living abroad from people who are doing it.
Brazil, birds, and a rainforest. How magnificent.
Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is home to the Imperial Palace as well as the Japanese government. Here are a few of the plaes that you could see on your visit to Tokyo.
It is almost fall, and this my most favorite time of year. Why, you ask? In addition to the leaves changing beautiful colors, wearing warm cuddly sweaters, and sitting on your porch, drinking hot apple cider while reading your favorite library book, there are also so many fantastic fairs and festivals that accompany the autumn season. The Tall Corn Festival takes […]
What could be more fun than driving half-way across the country in a July heat wave? How about spending a day and a half with more than 100 of your closest relatives? Factor in road construction, traffic delays, torrential rains and ‘no room at the inn’ and you have….my vacation.