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  • Tales of Adventure: Tasmania

    Were you aware that kangaroos love to be scratched under the chin? I wasn't either... until I went to …

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  • Solo Travel for the Faint of Heart

    Let me let you in on a little secret... solo travel ain't for the faint of heart. Or so …

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  • Top 5 Destinations Worth A Second Look

    The first bite is a tease. It touches your lips, stays only fleetingly, and is gone before you …

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  • Tales of Adventure: Hiking Muir Woods

    You've been in San Francisco several days now. You've walked the hills, fueled up on food, and taken …

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  • Taste of San Francisco

    If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair... and these days, bring …

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Food + Drink

An Afternoon at the Terrapin Brewery

By On October 1, 2014

Sticky… blazing… baking… oppressive… these words can only be used to describe one thing: the climate of the South in the dead of summer. It was August, and we were standing in… Read More

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Tales of Adventure

Tales of Adventure: Tasmania

By On September 29, 2014

Were you aware that kangaroos love to be scratched under the chin? I wasn’t either… until I went to Tasmania. I mentioned Tasmania as one of my top 5 destinations worth a… Read More

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Reflections

Solo Travel for the Faint of Heart

By On September 26, 2014

Let me let you in on a little secret… solo travel ain’t for the faint of heart. Or so we’ve been told. I respectfully disagree. And I’ll tell you why. Life is… Read More

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People Who Inspire

A Conversation with Jayne Gorman, Blogger

By On September 24, 2014

This lady… you might know her. In fact, you probably should know her if you follow the travel blogosphere at all. She’s kind of my travel idol. Jayne Gorman of Girl Tweets… Read More

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Travels

How to Pack for Long-Term Travel

By On September 22, 2014

And there they sit. Mocking you with their heaviness. Laughing as you try to steer them through the airport, the train station, or just along the sidewalk. Suitcases… the bane of every… Read More

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Food + Drink

Breakfast at The Breakers

By On September 19, 2014

“Is this the place?” my friend asks. “Wow.” It’s Sunday morning, and we’re pulling up the drive to one of the poshest addresses in all of South Florida. Like you do… And… Read More

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Art + Culture

Storied Mansions of The Gilded Age

By On September 17, 2014

Author Mark Twain coined the term in his satirical work The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today.  It was an era of industry, opulence, and a burning desire for the newly rich… Read More

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Travels

Top 5 Destinations Worth A Second Look

By On September 15, 2014

The first bite is a tease. It touches your lips, stays only fleetingly, and is gone before you realize just how good it really was. The outcome: an irresistible desire urging you… Read More

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Reflections

The Life of a Travel Blogger

By On September 12, 2014

“What are you going to do for work?” asks (insert name here). “Oh, you know. I’m just going to wing it,” I say as my usual response. “We’ll just see what happens… Read More