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Visiting Blarney Castle, Ireland

fabled Blarney Castle, IrelandBlarney Castle is an actual castle, but it’s in ruins. The walls are standing and that’s about it. A stairway has been built to give access to the turrets, which lead to the roof ...

Bus Tour in Victoria, British Columbia

double decker bus tours in VictoriaEver taken a bus tour? How about a double-decker bus tour? I recently traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to speak at a conference and I tacked a few days ...

A Hippo Spotting Safari Adventure in Kenya

hippos on safarihippos on safariWe woke up bright and early the next morning to sunny skies, packed up our campsite and headed inland (away from Rift Valley) to Aberdare National Park, which is located in the higher areas of the Aberdare mountain rang ...

Flying with a Disability (Special Needs)

mobility challengesmobility challengesNavigating after Achilles surgery on my right ankle last August was a tough experience. But being disabled for a short time opened my eyes to the very serious lessons of what it would be like to not be able to walk ...

Exploring New Orleans ~ One Step at a Time

Bourbon st, French QuarterBourbon st, French QuarterDo a little dance. Make a little love. Get down tonight. This is the Big Easy, after all. The first time I visited New Orleans (pre-Katrina), I fell in love with the energy, the passion, the joie de vivre that defines the people who live here. My girlfriend and I ...

Making Travel Dreams a Reality in Asia

stunning imagery everywherestunning imagery everywhereI was feeding my wanderlust. But it was more than that. It was about reconnecting with myself on a very visceral level that needed to be experienced without children in tow...


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