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Travel Ontario, Canada – African Lion Safari

Travel Ontario, Canada – African Lion Safari

Travel Ontario, Canada – African Lion Safari Touring a Wildlife Sanctuary – A Questionable Gift for My Great-Grandchildren by Habeeb Salloum Just over two decades ago, I had taken my family and grandchildren to the African Lion Safari, the famous Ontario outdoor wildlife park where the beasts of the wild run free. Now, years later, […]

Travel Israel – Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus

Travel Israel – Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus

Travel Israel – Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus “How to Spend Six Hours in Jerusalem” by Elizabeth von Pier I am spending ten days in Jordan and decide to take a day trip from my hotel in Amman to Jerusalem so that I can continue the walk in Jesus’ footsteps that I started here […]

Travel Vietnam – Why Dalat City is Known as Little Paris

Travel Vietnam – Why Dalat City is Known as Little Paris

What to see and do in Vietnam’s Little Paris – Dalat City By Katherine Tuggle Up in the Southern Central Highlands, you’ll find a surprisingly different side of Vietnam. In fact, it might feel like you’re in a different country. I’m talking about Da Lat or Dalat City, the capital of Lam Dong Province in […]

Travel Cuba – Varadero Beach Vacation

Travel Cuba – Varadero Beach Vacation

Travel Cuba – Varadero Beach Vacation Varadero Beach and its Tours Give Tourists a Fulfilling Vacation By Habeeb Salloum We had reached Varadero Beach, the Rolls-Royce of Cuba’s beaches, and had just checked in the Melia Las Americas, one of the top hotels located in the heart of that world-renowned resort. I was in top form. I […]

Travel Mexico – Flavors of Oaxaca

Travel Mexico – Flavors of Oaxaca

Travel Mexico – Flavors of Oaxaca The Six Best Places to Taste Traditional Oaxacan Mole   By Bonnie Caton You almost can’t visit Mexico’s ancient city of Oaxaca without trying its signature sauce, mole. If you’re tempted by sweet and savory flavors wrapped together with a little heat that lingers on the palette, you’ll be […]

Travel Jordan – Top Sights and Destinations Not to Miss

Travel Jordan – Top Sights and Destinations Not to Miss

Travel Jordan – Top Sights and Destinations Not to Miss There’s Much More to Jordan than just Petra!   By Elizabeth von Pier While Jordan is known for the famous archaeological site Petra, there is much more to this rich and friendly country—whether you want to explore Roman ruins, relax in the lowest place on […]

Travel Australia – Summer Golf Adventure Down Under

Travel Australia – Summer Golf Adventure Down Under

Travel Australia – Summer Golf Adventure Down Under By Ethel DeMarr Golf and travel are the perfect combination for a great adventure. One can enjoy being out of doors on world class golf courses, meeting local people who share common interests, and savoring a particular region’s spirits and cuisine. While there are many golf destinations, […]

Solo Women Travel Tips for Exploring Tokyo, Japan

Solo Women Travel Tips for Exploring Tokyo, Japan

Solo Women Travel Tips for Exploring Tokyo, Japan By Patterson Riley Having been to Japan several times in the past years of my life, especially during junior school, I found this to be a fantastic place to spend my May vacation. Tokyo is not only known worldwide for its great food but also trending fashions, […]

Travel USA: Pure Escapism at Arizona Inn in Tucson

Travel USA: Pure Escapism at Arizona Inn in Tucson

Travel USA: Pure Escapism at Arizona Inn in Tucson By Jane Cassie It’s late Thursday afternoon and the gray ribbon of highway before us is cloaked with bumper to bumper gridlock. We inch along in our little red rental, butting up to suburbia vans, luxury Lincolns, and rust-bucket half tons, all who have the same […]

7 Reasons to Add Myanmar to Your Bucket List

7 Reasons to Add Myanmar to Your Bucket List

7 Reasons to Add Myanmar to Your Bucket List Article by Barbara Hopper Photographs by Marianne Rogerson from MumOnTheMove.com Myanmar, the hidden gem of southeast Asia, highlights the contrasts between modernity and traditionalism. Effectively isolated from the world for almost five decades by the former repressive military regime, the country, also known as Burma, is […]

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