Monthly Archives: November 2013

Sun and Sabor-Travel to Cuba

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The Caribbean’s most flavorful island, Cuba warmly welcomes you to a sensory explosion. Whether you enjoy the rhythms of Cienfuegos’ Benny More or the refreshing mint of a Cuban rum mojito, something tasty awaits in Cuba. If you are a Cuba virgin or a repeat Cuba traveler, here are three places not to miss on.
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It’s a milestone year. Yes, that’s right after 218 posts, Ms Traveling Pants is celebrating five years of good times and good stories. This year has been filled with much adventure travel and of course cultural tourism to Cuba, Kauai, Peru, Toronto, the Finger Lakes, Wisconsin, Minneapolis, New England, New Orleans, and Quebec.  And, that’s.
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Fueled by coca tea and an explorer’s curiosity, I discovered the beauty of Peru’s Sacred Valley and its cuisine.  From the red tiled roofs and ruins of Cusco to the Urubamba River to the view of Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate, I climbed countless stairs, gasped for breath at unforgettable vistas, and guiltlessly savored.
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Earlier this season, I took my yearly pilgrimage back to my hometown in Western Wisconsin to see friends and family. It’s always a welcoming feeling to see the lush, rolling hills, witness the gorgeous limestone bluffs, and of course partake in what Wisconsin is famous for: cheese, beer, brats, and of course the green and.
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The aina (land) of Kauai is ideal for growing. Although the common nickname of the island is the Garden Isle, I describe Kauai to be nature on steroids because of its natural grandeur and the sheer amount of quick growing, thick, lush plants of all shapes and sizes. With such epic conditions for growing as.
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So what is this leaf peeping thing? It is a common, hip term for people just like me who travel to view and photograph the fall foliage with its brilliant yellows, oranges, and reds. However, how many of you have done an adventure leaf peeping trip? I recently came back from the coolest, leaf peeping.
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