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What I Want This Year

Cheers to the New YearCheers to the New YearMaybe I'm finally growing up or maybe I'm just finally tired of commercialism, but this year, what I want doesn't fit under the tree. My wish list is more about the places I want to see, the kind of traveler I want to be and what I want to accomplish in 2008.

Peru Hike - Part 3

Hiking in PeruHiking in PeruAirline challenges and travel insurance - the fun begins! Teresa Thompson (Hot Metal Mama) doesn't let challenges stand in her way. Even though she'd never been to South America before, she was ready to just go.

Prison Hotels

Locked UpForget what you think of prisons. Spending a night in the slammer is the newest (and sometimes cheapest) way to travel the world. Questionable karma aside, going willingly into the lock-up is just odd enough to make me want to try it. Shackles are not de rigueur.

 

St. Lucia Girlfriend Getaways

Ti Kaye Village ResortTi Kaye Village ResortRemember when you were all about feathered haircuts, wine coolers and shirts that hung provocatively off your left shoulder? Remember squeezing yourself into skinny jeans with a coat hanger? Don't pretend we're not talking to you.

Peru Hike - Part 2

Peruvian AdventurePeruvian AdventureCoordinating a girlfriend getaway is an adventure in itself. Teresa Thompson, or Hot Metal Mama, gets stuff done. She's the kind of person you want around when you have deadlines to meet or a party to plan. But she's also the person you want...

Hotel Safety with Kathleen Ameche

The Woman Road WarriorThe Woman Road WarriorTips for staying safe at a hotel. Safety/security continues to be the #1 issue facing today's woman travelers. If you arm yourself with some tips, tricks and tools, you'll feel more confident and safe. And you'll be better prepared

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