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Friday, October 18th, 2013

Tips for Traveling by Train in Europe

The European trip, while expensive these days for Americans, is still near the top of many people’s travel list. Like anywhere, there are ways to do it more inexpensively. One of the best ways to get around Europe is by train; RailEurope offers various passes within countries and between countries, from one ticket to multi-day

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

A Taste of Ecuadorian Culture at Morenica del Rosario in Cuenca, Ecuador

Ecuador has a lot of history, culture, traditions and arts – and with a stay at Morenica del Rosario in one of the country’s most charming cities, Cuenca, your accommodations encompass all of that. Morenica is almost...

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Travel Gear Review: Rickshaw Bagworks

As a travel writer, I am always on the go. Whether it’s a months-long international trip or a few days’ short getaway, I demand travel gear that is rugged, long-lasting and well-made; as well as something that...

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

A Private Paradise in Bocas del Toro, Panama

The Garden of Eden in Bocas del Toro is a hidden, pristine and very private getaway, that feels very remote in this archipelago of ten islands on the Caribbean coast of Panama – yet it is easily...

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Recreating Eden – Coffee Estate Inn, Boquete Panama

  Boquete, Panama has become one of those “it” places that expats have been flocking to relocate to in recent decades. Fortunately, it is still under the radar of places such as Costa Rica and Cuenca, Ecuador;...

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

The Enchanted Fiji Islands – get away from the world!

The official tagline of the nation of Fiji is “Where Happiness Lives.” On my recent debut trip to the islands, I found this to be perfectly true. Its archipelago of 333 islands — of which about 100...

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Casa Joaquin: Boutique Hotel in Quito’s Liveliest Neighborhood

  Originally built in 1930 as a family home in the newer (at that time) part of Quito just north of the Old Town Center, Casa Joaquin has loads of history and character. The family run, colonial-era...

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