“Hello”, Greece! This is one place where I never imagined myself to be – cost, time, and effort…and all the other excuses I gave myself. Then, one evening at the end of last year, I met up with my new friend, the talented Heather of Heather Christo for drinks. She painted such an amazing picture of Greece…Continue
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Is there anyplace more completely fabulous than T.J. Maxx? Where else can you find a kicky, hot pink bracelet, the perfect discontinued eyeshadow, last season’s still charming mauve purse and the perfect black cashmere cardigan all in one location? And for great prices?
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In no way am I a veteran of travel blogger conferences or even blogger conferences in general however I have attended a couple so I think these tips might be very useful for the first timer but also may be good as a refresher for others.
On June 11th I will be attending my second TBEX (Travel Blog Exchange) Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as will 550 or so other travel bloggers, vloggers, joggers, podcasters, PR reps etc. (Jogger I learned at…Continue
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In my opinion, Telluride is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The town sits in a box canyon of the San Juans and the ski resort jets up from one of the main streets like a skyscraper. The mountains in the San Juan range are younger than mountains in northern Colorado so they are sharp,…Continue
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The list below covers common technical, creative, office and other jobs. It is far from complete, and we encourage you to find online resources specific to your…Continue
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It wasn’t until after we had both taken a huge bite of our completely delicious burgers that I realized I should take a picture so we could show you how truly delicious they were. So, here. DELICIOUS burger. With only one bite out it. Hey, you’re lucky we managed to stop there.
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People often ask me why I am so interested in India, why I like traveling there so much. There are lots of reasons, of course -- from…
If George Orwell and Franz Kafka’s nightmares had a child, that child would probably be the TSA’s resident blogger, a hack I refer to as Bloghdad Bob. Bob seems to like the art of disinformation, which is a particular specialty of the TSA.
The Texas House recently passed legislation banning intentional touching of sexual organs, including through clothing. This act of…Continue
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Popularly referred to as the pearl of Africa, Uganda is a landlocked country with its capital city in Kampala. The country is located in East Africa, and borders Kenya to the east, Sudan to the north, the democratic republic of conge to the west, Rwanda to the south west and Tanzania to the south. On the southern part of the country, Uganda shares the world’s second largest lake; Lake Victoria, with Kenya and Tanzania.
Though Uganda takes its name from the Buganda kingdom,…Continue
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It was nice being able to leave the house at 6:20am and not need a jacket. The driveway showed signs of a rain sometime during the night but the forecast was not calling for rain. The cooler was filled with cheese, mayo, onion, 12-grain whole wheat bread, mustard, and a couple of jugs of Nestle iced tea.
The sun was already up when I left the house and drove to the highway and headed north to Omaha. For personal reasons I had cancelled my appointment with the Henry Doorly Zoo but the…Continue
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When we stepped out of the plane in Vegas and saw people sitting at slot machines in the terminal, we knew we had truly traveled to another world. One where travelers could disembark from a plane, set down their suitcases and begin frantically feeding quarters into the one-armed bandits. We were not those people.…Continue
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The goal of Hub start-up InsiderTrips.com is to find quality properties that are a bit…Continue
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Bob and I entered a Road Trip contest and would love the #TBEX support. It's a voting thing where you have to enter your email and then go back and vote for us. It's takes about 3 minutes and you can uncheck any boxes saying you want to hear from them! If you have some free time- we'd love the vote and support, we are Team Vagabond3!
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Until I went on a Caribbean cruise on the Carnival Liberty recently with a bunch of girlfriends I always thought “duty-free” was a bunch of hooey. Yes, I said hooey. Now I’ll go get out my walking stick and go get one of them new-fangled perms all the gals are talking about. And I think I might have just lost the…Continue
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