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  • Boracay, twenty years later by Jerome Parisse 2/8/2011 4:36:57 PM
    It’s Tuesday and I’m back from Boracay, in the Philippines, where I spent Chinese New Year. The last time I was there was twenty years ago. At the time, the island was still pretty isolated with a small village and a few low-key, thatched-roof huts f... more

  • Wall Drug - why it's one of my favorite places by Joel Arnold 2/2/2011 1:49:59 PM
    Whenever I head out west on I-90, I always look forward to stopping at Wall Drug in South Dakota. A tourist trap? You bet; in fact, it doesn't get much more tourist-trappy than Wall Drug. But it's that excess that draws me to it. It's such an over-th... more

  • Jonesing for a Road Trip by Joel Arnold 2/2/2011 7:04:46 AM
    If I could afford it, I'd take a road trip nearly every weekend. I love planning the trip; studying the atlas, Googling the different points along the way. I'm delighted by little things; stopping at a gas station to stock up on treats, pulling over ... more

  • Alcorn gives Lost Angel Thumbs Up by Linda Ballou 2/1/2011 7:43:54 PM
    Backpacker, publisher and author, Susan Alcorn gives Lost Angel Walkabout-One Traveler's Tale a great review.... more

  • VACATION FROM HELL by Robert A. Mills 1/29/2011 6:57:09 AM
    I was distressed to learn that Keith Olberman is leaving MNBC, not so much that I was a fan of his (I would be equally discombobulated if I heard that Rush Limbaugh was going off radio — we’ve not had such fine comedy shows since Amos and Andy.) But... more

  • Adventure Travel Expert for NABBW by Linda Ballou 1/24/2011 8:17:43 PM
    Linda Ballou is plesed to be the Adventure Travel Expert for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women NABBW.com... more

  • BARBERSTOWN CASTLE by Robert A. Mills 1/22/2011 7:44:50 AM
    If you have never stayed — or at least dined — at Barberstown Castle just outside Dublin, I’m inclined to think you’ve only bragged you’ve been to Ireland, but in truth you’ve never set foot on the old sod. Of course, there are those who say th... more

  • Living in Bhutan, the Happiest Kingdom on Earth by Niki Collins-Queen 1/20/2011 10:43:20 AM
    Lisa Napoli's insightful memoir “Radio Shangri-La: What I learned in Bhutan, the Happiest Kingdom on Earth” seamlessly weaves her own story and mid-life crisis with the journey and challenges of the newly formed Radio Shangri-La and compares the psyc... more

  • Top Travel Writing for 2010 by Linda Ballou 1/3/2011 8:02:53 PM
    Lost Angel Walkabout-One Traveler's tales is on top travel writing list for 2010... more

  • Kudos for Lost Angel Walkabout by Linda Ballou 12/20/2010 4:08:02 PM
    Praise for Lost Angel Walkabout by a jury of my peers... more

  • Exhausting travel by Michael Madden 12/19/2010 5:35:52 AM
    Travelling to Dordrecht and back has been no fun in this weather.... more

  • Brown River Water Tea by Jackie Chase 12/3/2010 9:21:16 AM
    Beautiful day here at the lake... more

  • The Animated Version of the Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival by Jerome Parisse 11/22/2010 4:51:28 PM
    If you have the time and manage to get tickets (I heard it’s sold out), there is a fantastic exhibition in Hong Kong at the moment. The Animated Version of the Riverside Scene at Qingming Festival, which was exhibited at the China Pavilion of World E... more

  • What is it about Japan? by Jerome Parisse 11/13/2010 7:54:49 AM
    We had a friend staying with us in Hong Kong for a few days this week. He decided to spend three days in Tokyo for a short visit mid-week and came back enthusiastic. He had never been to Japan and he was, like many, swept away by the place and the pe... more

  • Holiday Book Give Away by Linda Ballou 11/9/2010 8:07:24 PM
    My book Lost Angel Walkabout-One Traveler's Tales and many more exciting titles are being given away to those who sign in. Check it out at Your Life is a Trip! http://lindaballoutalkingtoyou.blogspot.com/2010/11/your-life-is-trip-book-g... more

  • Great Outdoor Day in L.A.-Sandstone Peak by Linda Ballou 11/4/2010 7:01:18 PM
    I am now a L.A. Outdoor Travel Examiner. My column provides great tips for you .... more

  • Taipei: the city that reads... by Jerome Parisse 11/2/2010 4:59:14 PM
    Last weekend I hopped over to Taipei for a short visit. Taiwan's capital city is a large metropolis spreading over kilometres and kilometres. It drizzled on the first day, which gave the buildings in the older part of the city a rather gloomy look. H... more

  • An Appalachian Trail Adventure by Niki Collins-Queen 10/21/2010 4:08:35 AM
    Randy “Windtalker” Motz and Georgia “Mom” Harris are a middle aged couple with no previous backpacking experience. It took them six months and great determination to footslog the 2,175 miles from Georgia to Maine on the Appalachian Trail. The fir... more

  • The jungle temples of Angkor, Cambodia by Jerome Parisse 10/13/2010 2:28:52 AM
    I came back last week from four, too-short days in Cambodia, on a visit to Siem Reap and its innumerable temples. What an amazing place! The temples were built during the 12th century, and the scale of the buildings and their geographical spread is s... more

  • City of Savannah and Flannery O'Connor by Aberjhani 10/12/2010 8:46:22 AM
    Whether spoken in front of microphones or written by hand on yellow legal pads, literature in one form or another has long been a defining cultural feature of the city of Savannah , Georgia. The forthcoming announcement of the American Book Award fi... more

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