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Walking the (Most) Western World of the Mayan Civilization at Comalcalco

Walking the (Most) Western World of the Mayan Civilization at Comalcalco

“Go west young Mayan,” if such a phrase was coined back in the late classic period of the Mayan civilization travelers would have journeyed to Comalcalco in present day Tabasco, Mexico. It would not be for the search for gold, but probably for the prized produce of Cacao (present day chocolate.)  Here at the western […]

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Adventure Awaits in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico

Adventure Awaits in Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico

“You need to take a step and then jump,” instructed the guide as I approached the ledge pondering the eight-meter plunge into the pool of refreshing water below. The narrow ledge could not support both feet so there was no chance to stop and freeze with fear on the edge. This jump needed to be […]

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Top 3 Picturesque English Walking Holiday Destinations

Top 3 Picturesque English Walking Holiday Destinations

England has magnificent landscapes right on our doorstep, so it’s time we started making the most of them. The weather can be unpredictable but there’s nothing that can stop a pair of good walking boots from taking you where you need to get to. With everything from historic woodland to dramatic coastal cliffs and rolling […]

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Order the 2018 Travel Calendar and Help Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts in the Florida Keys

Order the 2018 Travel Calendar and Help Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts in the Florida Keys

Last chance! Order the Florida Keys Road Trip calendar by January 15th for proceeds to benefit Hurricane Irma relief efforts.

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Fun in the Finger Lakes of New York; Staying Adventurous Episode 25

Fun in the Finger Lakes of New York; Staying Adventurous Episode 25

As a native New Yorker, I know my state, but I have yet to experience all it offers. This past summer I took a step forward and discovered the southern tier of the Finger Lakes with stops in Corning, Elmira, Hammondsport and Watkins Glen. I always knew the location had well, Lakes, and I visited […]

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the 5 – Top Travel Activities in the Southern Finger Lakes Region of New York

the 5 – Top Travel Activities in the Southern Finger Lakes Region of New York

There are plenty of activities to put on an itinerary traveling through the southern Finger Lakes of New York. Visitors usually travel to the region to enjoy the lake and appreciate the award winning wines. Two musts. Yet travelers can also learn the history through its unique museums and let go of their fears and […]

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The Magic of Houdini Lives on in Scranton

The Magic of Houdini Lives on in Scranton

Houdini may not have come back from the “other side,” after his mysterious death on Halloween in 1926, but his legacy is alive and well in Scranton at the Houdini Museum, Tour and Magic Show. The attraction first located in New York City, relocated to Scranton in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania twenty-nine years ago when searching […]

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10 First Impressions, 8 Travel Tips from 7 hours in Santiago de Cuba

10 First Impressions, 8 Travel Tips from 7 hours in Santiago de Cuba

Let’s play word association. Ready, “Cuba” Ok, what came to mind? Now how about if I said “Santiago de Cuba?”  Wait, where?  I suspect many of you thought of rum, cigars, coffee, classic cars and Castro when playing word association. But when I said Santiago de Cuba? Do you even know the name of a […]

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