Eastern Europe: Find Perfe...

By Alfred Stallion It has taken many years for the divide in political attitudes to change and align between Eastern and Western Europe. However, even with the political divide having vanished there remains some huge cultural differences. Eastern Europe is an incredibly diverse destination; it covers the coldness of the countries in the North, which reach towards the arctic and the warmth of the southern...

Campion’s Retreat

It’s been a while since I’ve personally posted. Since Norm passed in May, time has been grieving, cleaning, making decisions, and all that goes with losing a loved one. Fortunately, my family and friends have been quite supportive. I never thought I would go this long without travel—that is just not me. Lucky me, my son, Eric’s, friend Jim Campion invited me to join two other friends, Gini and Chuck, and...

Presenting Top 10 Money Sa...

By Daniel Clark Before looking forward to buying the grocery and food items, first of all, you need to finalize upon your budget. This will help you in ensuring that you stick to your grocery shopping budget while saving a great amount of bucks. As a result, to go with money savvy shopping options, you need to know some of the strategies as well as concentrate on some of the important ingredients in mind...

Peru’s Temple of Doom: Cha...

  By Mike Gasparovic An unearthly lowing from a conch shell reverberates off the atrium walls, startling silent the initiates massed in the plaza. In the distance the hills crouch, waiting. A hush. Then, from nowhere, a roar of rushing water. The men are twitching, squinting their eyes against the light, painfully bright under the Andean dazzle. The din—where is it coming from? But everything is confused,...

Waterfalls of Laos

By Andrew Kolasinski There was a rumbling in the air and a slight tremor in the ground a kilometer from the falls. As I got closer the rumbling became a thunderous crashing, the ground shook and the air was full of swirling mist. Khane Phapheng Falls in Laos is Southeast Asia’s largest waterfall and the third largest waterfall on earth (by volume of water). With a discharge of 11,043,569 liters per...

How to Size a Tungsten Rin...

By Jack Dowson If you are a modern man, then you should be aware that you can buy almost anything online, this includes a ring. If you know exactly what you are looking for but you don’t have the time to go out and buy it, you can do it from the convenience of your own home or office and purchase a ring online. A tungsten ring is one of the best rings that you can buy. If you want to know what is on offer...

A List of Tigers at Tadoba...

By Jenny Richards   If you are a wild life enthusiast, you must have heard about Tadoba National Park and the tiger reserve in it. Situated in Maharashtra, Tadoba is famous for its tiger safari trips. Even though most of the tigers have expired anonymously, some are known as the finest examples of the feline family. Some Popular Tigers of Tadoba Tiger Reserve # Bagdo Male The Bagdo Male is probably the...

Phoenix boasts hosting meg...

Living in the Greater Phoenix Area is such a pleasure. In addition to all the wonderful resorts, dining, and sheer beauty of its surroundings, there is always so much going on. It is really becoming a sporting mecca. In 2015, Phoenix was the site of the NFL’s Super Bowl and Pro Bowl. In 2016, Phoenix will play host to the College Football Playoff National Championship, and in 2017 it will welcome the NCAA...

Best Sips: Packing House W...

After food tasting our way along tree shaded Claremont village, the thirsty travelers from the International Food & Wine Travel Writers Association were in for a cool treat. We were tired and warm when popping into historic Packing House Wines for an unforgettable tasting. Calm ambiance and a genial host welcomed us during busy restaurant week in Claremont (7/10-19) . Sal was the ideal wine guide. He...

Best Bites

Kicking off restaurant week in Claremont, California  (7/10-19) was a food lover’s dream. A group of writers and photographers from the International Food & Wine Travel Writers Association sampled many mouth-watering bites and sips. I have chosen my top tastes from several restaurants located in the tree-lined village of Claremont. The Junction is aptly named. This unique restaurant creatively combines...
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