Weird Food and Drinks. One is bound to come across it at some point in your life if you love venturing outside of your home town. Whenever I travel, I like sampling the local food and drinks in every country that I visit. However, this usually means there are some oddball delicacies you won’t find anywhere else – or want to try for that matter! Read More
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1. Immerse yourself with underwater life at the Aquarium of the Pacific with an interactive experience that has you swimming with the fishes and petting the sharks.
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[img_assist|nid=940|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=250|height=188]With tough economic times, many people are choosing to stay closer to home for their vacations this year. The popularity of camping is on the rise, and you may have already heard of the emerging trend of luxury or glamorous camping, also known as "glamping." Glamping options vary from high-end resorts offering accommodations in luxurious five star tented accommodations, to State Parks, offering rustic yurts and camping cabins. Read More
[img_assist|nid=934|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=98|height=100]If it’s your first time or your 52nd time to Sedona, here are 52 things to do. Sedona is a place that never gets old and always looks different. Whether you want to wine taste, golf, learn about Sedona’s sacred side or merely relax in its beauty here are some tips to entice! To start planning your Sedona experience visit visitsedona.com.
Having been fortunate to have traveled internationally (and nationally) a LOT pre-kids, we have always been motivated to continue doing so, with our now nearly 3 and 6-year old boys. However, now it is not QUITE as spontaneous, and lightweight as it used to be.
We have found that when the proper activities are chosen for the boys, they are worth every penny and every inch of space they take up, whether it’s in the backseat, a carry-on, or around the house.
Nova Scotia is unique in that there are so many attractions and
activities within a thirty-minute drive and even more if you want to
head up to Cape Breton. There are 52 mentioned here but this is out of
hundreds that abound. — Kim Kinrade of traveltonovascotia.com
[img_assist|nid=789|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=100]I’m a huge fan of to-do lists. I write one every day, and they help me focus my energies on what I want to accomplish. I’m also a huge fan of world travel. So making a list of all the things I’d like to accomplish in my travel lifetime makes a lot of sense. Quite the motivator to look at this and see just how much I still need to see and do! -Evan Kubitschek publisher of the travel blog expeditionevan.com