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Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: Portugal: Não é Nada

by Audrey Mei At 9:30 a.m., Sunday, November 1, 1755, Lisbon was struck by the first of three earthquakes, the third of which succeeded in reducing the bustling town—a center of wealth and culture—to rubble. The stone roofs of the churches came tumbling down onto the thousands of churchgoers who had congregated to worship All

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: Kazakhstan: Baby Diary

by Genice Jacobs In 2004, Genice Jacobs traveled halfway around the world to Almaty, Kazakhstan to adopt her daughter Jiana. She kept a blog to record her journey, both to Central Asia and to motherhood. Saturday, November...

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Inspiration: Africa in a Day

by Dianne Ancona The African coast was within sight. Though a day trip to Morocco wasn’t what I had imagined for my first trip to Africa, it was a start. As I stared out at the cobalt-blue...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Inspiration: Hamburg: On the Reeperbahn at Night at 12:30 a.m.

by Audrey Mei I did hear some peeps and squeaks from some of you since I didn’t send out a travelogue for two weeks, so here it is! After Rome, I stayed briefly in Florence, where the...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Inspiration: Colorado, USA: Club Med Crested Butte—No Buts About It

by Stephanie Block Today I was looking at pictures from our recent Tango Diva trip to Club Med Crested Butte. Pictures of our gang shoulder to shoulder on top of the ice bar at the Paradise Lift,...

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Inspiration: Antarctica: Chillin’ at the Bottom of the World

by Cheryl Dalhe In December of 2001, writer Cheryl Dahle visited the frozen continent with two polar explorers, Ann Bancroft and Liv Arnesen, whose story she was researching and writing. This is the story of her trip....

Friday, March 10th, 2006

Inspiration: Passion Lives Here! Tornino 2006 Olympics Opening Ceremony

I had the fortune of actually being at the Olympic Stadium to assist with the Opening Ceremony, and after a few seconds all my pre-Olympic scepticism about Torino’s adequacy disappeared. That night all of Italy was proud...

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