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The destinations listed below provide great adventures all year round. But, springtime is such a special time and provides the perfect backdrop for exploring these beautiful places.
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With a bounty of fresh fruits and veggies, fertile soil for cattle, waters teeming with fish, the cuisine of Hawai’i is a wonderful mix of ancient traditional flavors and modern, international influences. From sunrise to sunset one can find an astonishing array of culinary delights that include enviable regional delicacies. Whether it be ‘street’ food or ‘fine’ dining, Hawaiians do food right, offering wonderful gastronomic experiences to locals and visitors alike. If you are a foodie li...
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Happy New Year, Everyone! It is so good to be able to say that, isn’t it? I get excited when I think about a new year and all its wonderful possibilities. I don’t make resolutions so much as I make lists of what I want to accomplish and where I want to go. And, oh my goodness, there are so many exciting places to see and that I am thankful we have a new year to pursue. With that in mind, found below are a few news nuggets that may be useful as you prepare for your very own travel adventur...
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As we say our final goodbyes to Summer prepare to welcome Winter, you may be thinking of warm destinations to visit this Winter. I, for one, am considering dashing off to South Florida sometime soon to sink my toes in the sand. At the same time, I am looking forward to going north this winter. And, by north I mean Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice. I know, I know, who in their right mind would plan to vacation at the Arctic Circle in January? “Me, me,” (hand raised) and let me tell you why.
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This summer has seen a significant number of devastating weather disasters affect much of our world. Many areas are popular vacation destinations for many of us in the colder climes. Our hearts go out to all those who suffer or have loved ones who have been affected by hurricanes, earthquakes, forest fires that are still causing destruction. I have received several questions from clients and others about the impact of the recent hurricanes on travel and tourism to the southern United States a...
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As I write this month's installment I am sailing the Caribbean en route to Havana, Cuba. In the last week we've experienced Cienfuegos, ' La Perla del Sur (Pearl of the South)' and Santiago de Cuba, 'Birthplace of the Revolution.'
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Every so often I meet people whose travel bucket lists include UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Most folks talk about those sites which are most famous and familiar, e.g., like the Great Wall of China, Taj Mahal, Machu Picchu, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, etc.   But, what about places which are lesser known to the general world public?
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