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Dubai Offers Excellent Facilities to Tourists

Written by Shezaa Nehal Dubai suits to every mood, every age and every group.  The city has everything with packages that are offered to keep every need that a tourist has in mind. The city of excellence never...

Philippines Travel Guide

***POST IN PROGRESS*** I am currently working on exact costs for everything from my trip as well as itinerary suggestions and more things to do in The Philippines. Please leave a comment below if you came here from the...

Flashback: Border Crossings: Vakhtangisi

I’m headed out west again, to El Paso-Juarez. Border crossings, and almost-border crossings, are on my mind. On so many of our minds. For me, I’ve been lucky. I am just a tourist. I can go over and I can...

The Best Places For A Date In London

London is a beautiful city, there’s so much to see and do there. I’m sure many of you have visited, lived there or seen it numerous times in movies and on the television. There are a huge variety of landmarks here that...

Things to Do for Free in Bern

Bern, the capital of Switzerland, is a diverse  and beautiful city.  Bern has quite a few attractions and historic sites, as well as active cultural life. I had the chance to visit the city and see its...

RECORE™ Performance Mattress Review

Below is a guest post from my daughter Kristen. Recently we had the opportunity to try out the brand new Recore performance mattress. While this isn’t the typical type of blog you’ll find on here, the reason we...

Mexico City: Misadventure in Translation

A very special shampoo. Mexico City. November 2018. The delightful Rasha, the woman-who-loves from Oman, and a fellow guest at the guesthouse, speaks a lot and a little of a several languages: Arabic, of course...

Valley of Fire: The Best Day Trip from Las Vegas

Picture this: You’ve seen the shows, eaten at all the buffets, and visited your fill of themed casinos. But you still have some time to spend in Las Vegas, and decide to go on a day trip. There are several options...

Mexico City: The Caravan: The Roses Left Behind

El Paso Municipal Rose Garden. May 2017. One day, “Lina,” a young married woman with two children, showed me photos of the rose bushes from her garden back home in El Salvador. The photos are all that she...

Mexico City: The Midwestern Wope

Ball on roof, Picacho Street, Las Cruces, NM. July 2013. We sat at the dining room table in the guesthouse’s communal sala, or living room. Three of us English-speakers were at the table: me + two guesthouse...

7 Amazing Alberta Ski Resorts

Perfect Powder Makes Alberta Ski Resorts Incredible The Canadian Rockies have legendary light airy snow and there’s no shortage of places to enjoy it. You’re actually spoiled for choice when it comes to Alberta ski...

What its Like to Heli Hike in the Cariboos

You don’t hear much about the Cariboo’s – a group of rugged, remote mountains in east-central British Columbia at the northern end of the Columbia Mountains, about 100 kilometres due west of Mount...

The Best Travel Pants for Women: Stylish and Functional

Despite travelling full-time for nearly nine years, I have struggled to find the best travel pants. My previous strategy was one pair of jeans (whatever I could find that fit in as lightweight fabric as possible) and a...

How to Prepare for Trekking in Patagonia

This post is sponsored by Sporting Life but I hope you’ll keep reading as it’s packed with useful information. I’m heading to Patagonia this week to hike both the “O” Circuit in...

4 Reasons to Visit the American Southwest in Winter

A while back, I wrote a blog post outlining a road trip itinerary through the American Southwest. It’s my favorite part of the US, and it’s apparently a favorite for a lot of others, too, because that post...

December 2018 Travel and Blogging Recap

Well that’s another year done and dusted! I swear, every year just seems to pass faster than the last. The month of December was spent mostly at home in Ohio, getting work done and hanging out with family and...

Word of the Year 2019: Action

Mural about the Mine-Mill Strike by the Local 890 and the 209. Bayard, New Mexico 2018 was my first venture into a “having a word of the year” as a guide for living. That word was courage. For 2019 the word...

The 10 Hiking Essentials Everyone Should Carry

Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links. If you purchase an item through these links, I receive a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. This helps me continue to write free content like the...

Mexico City: Mexicrania

Mexicráneos art installation (skulls), Mexico City. November 2018. Dear Toronto Brains, I have found your missing skulls. They are in Mexico City. Mexicráneos art installation (skulls), Mexico City. November 2018. The...

The Adventures of Bodhi Bear in 2018

2018 – a year in photos We take so many of our experiences for granted. As time passes, even those things you once considered incredible become a part of the ho-hum But not for my soon-to-be-three son, Bodhi. That...

Off The Beaten Path In Prague

I’ll be honest that when I first thought of Prague my mind remembered Facebook posts from friends sampling way too much of the local beers. There is of course much more to do in this fantastic city but I certainly...

Mexico City: March of the Zombies

March of the Zombies, Mexico City. November 11, 2018. Families that gross each other out together stay together? March of the Zombies, Mexico City. November 11, 2018. I don’t know. And I don’t know how my...

Year in Review: My Top 10 Travel Highlights of 2018

As another year comes to a close, you know what that means: time for another year-in-review post!  I always have fun putting together this list each December; it’s a great way to take a look back at my year...

The Glamping Experience at Mount Engadine Lodge

I admit that I was already a fan of Mount Engadine Lodge before I tried their new glamping tents. I’d been twice before; the first time on a winter trip before we’d even moved to Calgary where we lucked out...

Top 3 things to eat in Tokyo, Japan

If you’ve spent any amount of time on the internet or watching travel shows, then you’ve probably heard all about the delicious food Tokyo has to offer! From sushi to ramen to pancakes, the city is renowned for having...

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