Category Archives: Asia

Singapore Stopover in a Day

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Having an insatiable wanderlust means that far and away places will be visited. On my list are many destinations in the South Pacific, Singapore is one of them with its many kudos, including cuisine, shopping, and a very respectful, polite, and clean culture. Although, I have investigated much about Singapore and talked at great lengths.
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Exploring Hoi An Vietnam’s Fusion City

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I have enlisted the help of a fellow freelance travel writer, David Elliott, with a post about Vietnam. Although I have never visited Hoi An, My Son (seen right), and the region’s beautiful beaches, I have Vietnam on my Future Must See List. This post certainly whet my palate for an adventure sooner rather than.
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I remember fondly as I read through these travel tips for Istanbul, Turkey. Years ago, I traveled to Istanbul for a winter holiday. My highlights included my first Turkish bath, buying a Turkish rug while imbibing many an apple tea (that Turkish rug still decorates my living room), the aroma of the spice bazaar, and.
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Wanderlust List – Part 2 Bali

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As a continuation of my search for the next walkabout destination, I would like to get input from fellow adventureros.  With an insatiable urge to galavant, my wanderlust list of future locations is growing longer each day. Over the next posts, I will present various places, some near and some very far far away. Please.
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Bathing for dummies in Turkey

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“It is now safe to use your portable electronic devices,” is my cue to open my laptop once again to write the next installment in the adventures of Ms. Traveling Pants.  Now returning from a trip to the Hudson River Valley in Upstate New York, I had the opportunity to travel with my husband who.
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Yes, the holidays are upon us and another year is coming to an end. The time to think of past holidays, the year in review, and reminisce is here. So, let me share with you a “Christmas Eve to Remember” some ten years ago in Izmir, Turkey. I was traveling with three seasoned travelers over.
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