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Getting Rid of Tan Lines in Toronto

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When one thinks of tanning, Canada isn’t the first spot that comes to mind. In fact, only on a last minute whim did I throw in my bikini before leaving South Florida for Toronto. However, I have been oh so very fortunate; since arriving in Toronto earlier this week, it has been glorious with very.
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New England Express

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Already packed and heading on yet another adventure, I wanted to recap a quick tour of New England I did recently through Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, & Rhode Island. I might add, that this was done in an ambitious six days. In the quickie video below, you will see highlights of Boston, hiking.
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Touring Cuba with Ms Traveling Pants

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Want to see what Ms Traveling Pants has been up to? Find out by viewing this quickie travel video highlighting Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santa Clara, and of course Havana, Cuba. Whether you choose to enjoy it with or without a mojito, it is totally up to you! And, don’t be afraid to dance a bit! “El.
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Last week, I ambitiously set off with my PIC (Partner In Crime) for a six state journey in fewer than six days through New England, hitting Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Connecticut, and finally Rhode Island. So, it was yet another good time and/or good story in the making. As the title of the post.
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Heading to TBEX 2013 in Toronto

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T-minus one month until my first visit to Toronto! Woohoo! What’s on my agenda? I’m going to start with a tour of Toronto on bike. Then, I’m taking a day trip to witness Niagara Falls. Heck, I’ll probably do some great eating and imbibing all along the way. But, what is my main attraction in.
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If you have spent any length of time in a Latin country or South Florida for that matter, it is no secret that the most important day in any Latin girl’s teenage years is her Quinceañera. We all have these rites of passages whether yours is a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, a Walkabout, graduation, or.
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Touring Around Cadiz

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One shouldn’t omit Cadiz from a tour of Spain. Although on the Southern Coast and quite a ways from Madrid or Barcelona, Cadiz is a beautiful Spanish city rich in history, architecture, and of course Andalusian culture. Also, it’s a mecca for beach goers and seafood fans. So, get ready for beach-side tapas. My last.
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Getting Your Groove on in Havana

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Having just returned from my second trip to Havana, I can certainly attest to its beauty from Havana Vieja (pictured in this post) to its 1950’s cars to its culture and people. On each of my travels,  I try to experience a culture through its food while still keeping active by walking the city or.
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