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Island Indulgence

Published: Feb. 28, 2011

Australia has great appeal for all types of travelers – families, solo travelers, young and mature! It is a safe destination where travelers find they get a good value for their dollar. While many think the flying time is too lengthy, in actuality it is about the same distance as flying to Italy. Another plus, they speak English there!

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Published: Jan. 31, 2011

The name Dublin is derived from the Irish name Dubh Linn (meaning “black pool”). The common name for the city in Modern Irish is Baile Atha Cliath (meaning “town of the hurdled ford”). Why name it after a black pool?

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Three Gorges Dam

Published: Dec. 20, 2010

There are travel experiences in ones life that leave an impression in your memory and affect your view of life. My first trip to China left such a stamp on me. The Chinese culture as a whole is dramatically different from what we live everyday in many ways, and very evident is their commitment to improving their country.

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What’s on your Bucket List?

Published: Nov. 15, 2010

We have become very familiar with expiration dates that appear on medicines or food items; however we do not generally believe there is an expiration date on doing the things we want in life. If you are older than 18, anything that involves wheelies, jumping off ramps, or a special slot in the X Games is probably is not still a “must do”.

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Published: Nov. 08, 2010

Vietnam has become noticed as one of the hottest destinations in Asia. After being closed to the world for nearly 20 years, it has developed a huge travel draw for tourists from all over the world.

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Brazil – A Blast of Color

Published: Oct. 28, 2010

Brazil is the largest Latin American country, covering almost half of South America. It is the fifth largest country in the world after Canada, the Russian Federation, China and the United States. The Equator cuts across the northern region of the country. Equador and Chile are the only two countries in the South American continent that do not share a border with Brazil. The Atlantic Ocean extends along the entire east coast of the country. You will find Brazil is a country with a wide range of activities and interests.

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Do Travelers Need A Reality Check

Published: Oct. 04, 2010

While I would love to think all readers will plan to book their next vacation with us, I know there are many options available and I expect you are receiving mailings, emails and seeing ads regularly that encourage you to make your travel plans with an online supplier or directly with a travel company.

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Published: Sep. 14, 2010

Having just returned from a Mediterranean cruise, I wanted to share my excitement about the city where the cruise originated, Venice, Italy. It had been many years since I visited, and I was pleasantly surprised with the city’s condition and ambiance!

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The New American Traveler

Published: Aug. 02, 2010

A day does not pass and generally more than once a day, when a friend, client or new acquaintance asks me “how is the travel business doing?” I thought it an appropriate time to share some information being distributed throughout the travel industry network.

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Savannah – A City of Many Faces

Published: Jul. 07, 2010

Known to be America’s first planned city, Savannah was voted one of the “World’s Top Ten Trendy Travel Hot Spots” by the New York Times and was featured as a “Top 10 U.S. City to Visit” in Conde Nast Traveler. Savannah is also of interest to literary and musical aficionados as it is the home of Johnny Mercer, composer of “Skylark.”

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