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A Shared Switzerland Sunset in Zurich

A Shared Switzerland Sunset in Zurich

Sometimes it is the beauty of the sunset itself, other times the beauty is in the moment and who we share the sunset with and sometimes it’s both. Guest blogger Anna shares one such sunset memory from Zurich, Switzerland for this week’s Sunset Sunday……enjoy. I have been living in Switzerland for nearly two decades. But […]

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Sunset Memories from Lake Minnehaha, Florida

Sunset Memories from Lake Minnehaha, Florida

The sun was already low on the horizon when I got into my kayak and started paddling out on the placid waters of Florida’s Lake Minnehaha. I knew it would set before I got back to shore, but that’s exactly what I wanted for this paddle. Nowhere am I more alone with my thoughts than […]

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The Queen of Swiss Mountain Sunsets

The Queen of Swiss Mountain Sunsets

I’m sure I’m not alone in the world of travellers when I say that sunset is one of my favourite times of day. Not much can beat sitting and watching the sun go down as the sky erupts into shades of marshmallow pink and tinges of orange. I’m lucky enough to have witnessed the sun […]

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Top Tips to Prepare for Travel to Tunisia

Top Tips to Prepare for Travel to Tunisia

There’s a lot more to Tunisia than dunes and deserts. It is home to fascinating Carthaginian and Roman ruins, beautiful beaches and unforgettable North African architecture. Quite simply it’s a great place to visit and it’s much easier and safer to travel there than you may realize. The country hasn’t had the best press over […]

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Four Unique “Pueblos” in Sinaloa, Mexico to Visit

Four Unique “Pueblos” in Sinaloa, Mexico to Visit

If you’re looking for a real adventure in Mexico, then getting off the beaten path is absolutely needed. And Sinaloa, well, that’s about as off the “gringo trail” as you can get these days — for obvious reasons.  Luckily, you needn’t be worried when exploring some unique spots in Sinaloa. While certain places may be […]

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Top 7 Things Not to Forget to Pack on Your Next Trip

Top 7 Things Not to Forget to Pack on Your Next Trip

Packing is one of the most stressful parts of going on a trip. It doesn’t matter if you’re going on a vacation or traveling for work, it’s equally as stressful. If you are like tons of other Americans, you wait until the last minute to begin packing for your trip. When this happens, you almost […]

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Sunset in the The Seychelles, a Paradise Found

Sunset in the The Seychelles, a Paradise Found

The Seychelles, a country of plenitude with only a few flaws, is very small and divided into many islands. It is situated bang in the middle of the Indian Ocean  1,000 km from Madagascar and 3,000 km from India. The largest Island is Mahè is where the capital Victoria is found and where the sunsets […]

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Spanish Immersion in Mexico for the Entire Family

Spanish Immersion in Mexico for the Entire Family

Spanish is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world. and it’s quickly becoming one of the most popular and useful languages to learn. If you’re considering a second language of your Spanish is a great choice, especially if you commit to learning as an entire family. The younger kids are exposed to […]

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