Lunch Rush at the Silver Swan
By MIKE NORTON
Karen and I realized last month that we weren't seeing enough of each other, so we decided to do something about it. For starters, we're now going out at least once a week for a little low-key "date night." Nothing fancy, just a meal together in someplace where we can have a conversation like to adults who enjoy each other's company.
Not only is this really helping us to remember why we married…Continue
Sitting among the bluffs of the Missouri River is the quaint little city of Weston. Now the streets are always bustling with tourists and shoppers making their way to shops such as the Celtic Ranch and the Bella Company. What a lot of people do not know is that the town of Weston has ties to the likes of Buffalo Bill Cody and descendants of Daniel Boone, and was once a major river port that supplied Fort Leavenworth.
Although business is booming in Weston it was not always the…
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The Comedor Nohemy
Our favorite breakfast place in all of San Juan del Sur is convineiently located in the local mercado across the street from our house. We…
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With excitement and trepidation, I am due to start a new chapter in my life; one that is coincidentally yet closely related to my love of food and travel. Change is a part of everyday life, yet it is for us to decipher the good from the bad and have the ability to adapt ourselves to each new door that opens up. I, for one, welcome this change with open arms.
Nestled between the pristine waters of the South China Sea and the Strait of Malacca lies the multicultural Malaysia. Known for…Continue
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After a long but comfortable flight from LAX via London, we arrived in South Africa. After we quickly settled in to our 'Backpacker's' guest house in the area known as Seapoint, we put on our walking shoes and took a scenic hour's walk towards Camp's Bay. The wild coast of Cape Town is a wonderland of spectacular vistas.Continue
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“C'ead Mile Failte” shouted my little leprechaun tour guide picking me up at the train station as he waved a sign in the air that said “America’s Gypsy”.
There are numerous reasons why Savvy Navigator brings his gay tours to Londolozi’s Tree Camp in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, next to Kruger National Park in South Africa. Whether it’s the unsurpassed luxury of the accommodations, the gourmet food and wine offerings, the unparalleled game viewing, or the commitment to the environment and the local economic growth, the one thing that stands out is quality of the game rangers (who, incidentally, were… Continue
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One of the best options for a free… Continue
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