Archive for July, 2012

Returning to Paradise, Bali

Returning to Paradise, Bali

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  This was all my idea. And there were many moments before we boarded the twenty-five-hour flight for Bali via Taiwan when I thought I was crazy. Like when our fourteen-year-old daughter, J.C., announced we just had to get a hotel with a pool and internet access so she could lounge by day and email […]

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Bagettes and Biodiversity in the Coral Sea, New Caledonia

Bagettes and Biodiversity in the Coral Sea, New Caledonia

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A tiny island, a dot on the map between Fiji, Tahiti, Australia and New Guinea, is attracting attention from avid divers and botanists.  Flying into the French Territory of New Caledonia, within the Melanesian sub-region of the Pacific Ocean, you’ll cross the barrier reef and enter the world’s largest lagoon, ranked as a UNESCO World […]

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British Humor at the Olympics / Baltics and France

British Humor at the Olympics / Baltics and France

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Hi Friends, I’d like to share my travel friend, Londoner Nick’s perspective about the Olympic Games. P.S. Links to blogs about my recent trips to Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, Russia, Germany and France are here. LONDON  The British Bollywood Celebration for the Torch The torch did indeed go past yesterday – which ended up being a […]

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Best of the Baltics: Estonia

Best of the Baltics: Estonia

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                  5 Factoids About Estonia: 1.) Second tallest people in the world. First are the Dutch. 2.) Estonian’s are known for their fashion models. It is the birthplace of the legendary supermodel Carmen Kass. 3.) It has the oldest Medieval Gothic 14th Century Town Hall in the […]

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Burma or Myanmar. Now’s the time to go.

Burma or Myanmar. Now’s the time to go.

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Mayanmar is a “hot” destination these days. My travel writer colleague at USA Today told me she had a very hard time getting hotel reservations. My experience was quite different. We made plans online and stayed in family-owned little hotels and guesthouses.  We went to see the ancient Buddhist temples, and meet the warm, gentle, […]

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Berlin; Top 5 Sites to See

Berlin; Top 5 Sites to See

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Top Five Sites to See in Berlin, Germany   My third trip to Berlin I realized you’ll never have enough days to see all you want to. Last year I visited friends who live in Berlin and these are their recommendations for Must See Sites. Make it Fun One of the most interesting tours I […]

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Best of the Baltics: Copenhagen

Best of the Baltics: Copenhagen

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Copenhagen is one of Europe’s oldest capitols with a royal touch; the monarchy. Denmark is known for having the highest quality of life among developed countries. The Danes love to drink, party, soak up the sun and tell you how great Denmark is.  Take a peek at some of the best sites to see:   […]

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Video: Meet Travel Expert Marybeth Bond

Video: Meet Travel Expert Marybeth Bond

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If traveling to more than 100 countries on six continents doesn’t teach you something, well, you’re just not paying attention. It’s safe to say that Marybeth Bond is an A student. She’s the author of 12 travel books and the editor of Alsunnah.info, an online travel magazine. You’ve probably seen her on “Oprah” and the […]

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Riding the Rails in the Rockies

Riding the Rails in the Rockies

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“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.” –Robert Louis Stevenson “A-a-a-all abora-a-ard,” chimed the conductor at Vancouver’s Pacific Central Station as we hurried down the platform toward the crisply-uniformed train staff standing by to welcome us aboard “The Rocky Mountaineer.” We were […]

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Stockholm’s Vasa Museum

Stockholm’s Vasa Museum

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  and for over 300 years it lay at the bottom of the Stockholm harbor. In the 1950’s a private researcher began to search for her. He knew that wooden ships are preserved in the brackish waters of the Baltic. In more salty water, wood is rapidly destroyed by the ship worm, Teredo navalis. The […]

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