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Istanbul, Turkey Tantalizes the Senses

Istanbul, Turkey Tantalizes the Senses

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Considered a favorite city by many Europeans, Istanbul, Turkey is vibrant, exotic, chaotic and very exciting. I spent eight dynamic days in Istanbul, wandering the lesser known neighborhoods, riding the trams and ferries, zipping back and forth between the Asian and European sides and seeing more than just the mosques’ minarets. Istanbul appealed to all […]

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Planning Your Trek on El Camino de Santiago

Planning Your Trek on El Camino de Santiago

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Since the ninth century, millions of world travelers have embarked on Spain’s ancient Camino de Santiago trail, the pilgrimage route to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela

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Five Tips for Traveling Where You Don’t Speak the Language

Five Tips for Traveling Where You Don’t Speak the Language

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Moving to a small town in Greece from California—in the middle of the tourist off-season, I might add—has taught me a thing or two about surviving in a country where you don’t speak the language. With a little help from your smartphone and a healthy dose of humility, it is easy to enjoy yourself regardless […]

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Solo Travel is Easy and Rewarding

Solo Travel is Easy and Rewarding

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Have you ever wanted to see a Broadway play in New York City, take a road trip to see the fall foliage,  or splurge on a vacation to Paris, but couldn’t find anyone to go with you?  Solo travel is the answer! It’s easier to meet people when you’re alone. Here in Bali, I’m with […]

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My San Francisco is Aglow For The Holidays

My San Francisco is Aglow For The Holidays

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Our Holiday Favorites Every December, when my daughters were young, they dressed up in their holiday finery – red velvet hair ribbons and patten leather shoes — and we  left the suburbs behind and crossed  the Golden Gate Bridge for a memorable  “overnight” in San Francisco.For two days we traipsed through the most elegant hotels […]

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Safari Adventure in South Africa

Safari Adventure in South Africa

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On an exploratory adventure to the Northern Cape, a few months ago, I hunted for lions with a bushman guide and tracked rare white rhinos, on foot, in the Kalahari.  The landscape is a dramatic mosaic of rugged mountains, deeply incised valleys and rolling terrain of Bushman grass and blisteringly hot red sand dunes. I […]

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The Grand Canyon of Greece: Hiking to Cliff-top Monasteries in Meteora

The Grand Canyon of Greece: Hiking to Cliff-top Monasteries in Meteora

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The best part of any good hike is the reward of an epic view.You sweat and trek your way to the top, and your hard work is repaid with a view that makes you realize just how small you are in a very big world. My hike to the Holy Trinity Monastery in Meteora, Greece […]

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A Local’s Guide to Traveling in Saigon

A Local’s Guide to Traveling in Saigon

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  The past six years of my life have been spent in Southeast Asia—more specifically in Thailand, Cambodia and now Vietnam. Living and working in Saigon gives me a unique perspective on one of the most fascinating cities in the world. I enjoy this city so much. It has amazing architecture, interesting history and a […]

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Santa Fe is Synonymous with Art, Jewelry, Food and Sunshine

Santa Fe is Synonymous with Art, Jewelry, Food and Sunshine

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If you have a weak spot for sunshine, blue skies, silver jewelry, southwestern art and fabulous food, you’ll adore Santa Fe, New Mexico. The strands of history intertwining here —from Native American to Mexican to Catholic missionary to famous modern-day artists, namely Georgia O’Keefe — have left behind gorgeous collectibles and traditions. Today art galleries, […]

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Tasty Travels: The All-American Corn Recipe

Tasty Travels: The All-American Corn Recipe

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Have you seen a corn dish on a menu in Europe or Asia? Corn casseroles are as American as meat loaf. I grew up anticipating holiday meals — the only time my mom made this wickedly wonderful, sinfully rich corn dish. When I was an exchange student in Luxembourg, I wanted to make my host […]

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