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Surviving Hurricane Wilma

Hurricane WilmaHurricane WilmaWe were evacuated to a crowded community center with hundreds of other guests, some from my hotel, some not. I decided a last-ditch effort to get back to the U.S. was worth a try. I took a taxi ...

Traveling With Your Smartphone

Smartphone Travel tipsSmartphone Travel tipsMobile phones have become more than just a way to connect with the world. For some of us, they are our world. We take them with us everywhere and feel naked when they aren't close by ...

 

Traveling During 911 ~ Lisa's Story

World Trade Center Twin TowersWorld Trade Center Twin TowersWe plan our vacations around the things we love. But we rarely plan for a national disaster while away from home and thankfully most of us never need to. On September 10, 2001, Lisa McDonald landed in Newfoundland...

Cardio Tourism

cardio tourismcardio tourismMany active people travel to run races, complete triathlons or cycle through other states and countries. Some are even trying to run marathons in all 50 states - this is cardio tourism. Now, I pack my running shoes when I travel, excited to combine my love for travel with my desire to run more races ...

Ogunquit, Maine & GLBT Travel

Enjoying OgunquitEnjoying OgunquitFor gay and lesbian travelers around the world, Provincetown is the crown jewel of GLBT travel. But drive just four hours north and you'll find Ogunquit, Maine ...

Blissdom Canada ~ Follow Your Bliss

Blissdom Canada 2011Blissdom Canada 2011The excitement is building, the lists are being made and the clothes are being packed. Everywhere we look, Canadian women are a buzz with the excitement of Blissdom      Canada ...

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