Tango Diva : Travel Stories for Women, by Women



Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Visionaries: Deborah Szekey: Rancho La Puerta Founder

By the fifth day of my stay at Rancho La Puerta, it all made sense. At last, I understood why Deborah Szekey, the founder and passionate Visionary of the outstanding spa in Tecate, Mexico, is adamant about the required one-week (Saturday-to-Saturday) stay at “The Ranch.” When I first started researching spas throughout North America, I

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Visionaries: Joseph Phillips: Dancing for Passion

When Joseph Phillips, 20, began dancing, he knew it would be his life’s passion. As a child, his mother took him to a performance where he recalls being amazed by the athleticism of the male dancers. Afterwards,...

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Visionaries: Immaculée Ilibagiza: Rwandan Genocide Survivor

by Stephanie Block Left To Tell is Anne Frank walking to freedom and Hotel Rwanda combined, a truly horrific and horrifically true story. Yet the book seems very unreal in a lot of ways because Immaculée lets...

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Visionaries: David Chamberlain: Philanthropic Travel Visionary

Visionary Philanthropic Travel: Be the Change Exquisite Safaris introduces a powerful new intention for your next international luxury experience: Peace, love and the luxury of understanding. Our mission is to facilitate your international philanthropic family legacy. Create...

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: China: Finding Jewish Roots in Shanghai

by Stephanie Block My grandmother was born in Shanghai, China, around the turn of the twentieth century. and she died before I ever got to meet her, choking on a fishbone in the middle of a dinner...

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: Giza, Egypt: In the Footsteps of Churchill

Rich Arabian nights and delicious jasmine days…it’s easy for a Diva to find solace in an Egyptian palace at the foot of the Great Pyramids. As the round, burnt-orange sun falls behind the rolling Egyptian sands, palm...

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: Flying Solo and Living Large

The lessons I’ve learned by flying solo The morning of my solo check-flight arrived with an unpleasant gusting 18-knot wind. I stood on the tarmac and surveyed the gusts, 2 knots faster would force me to cancel...

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